This blog post was updated on August 5, 2014.


Lufthansa, Germany’s leading airline, announced Tuesday that it will offer Internet access on almost its entire network by the end of next year, starting with a few flights to North America.

Lufthansa will be the first airline to provide its customers broadband Internet access on intercontinental routes.

The German carrier first offered the service in January 2003 to its customers but removed it three years later for reasons of cost.

The new system will provide unlimited access to passengers with a laptop or smartphone for roughly $14 or 3,500 frequent flier miles per hour.

Source: AFP

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