Aviation giant Emirates Airlines on Wednesday said it has set another record with more than 1 million Wi-Fi connections made on load onto its flights in March alone.
Amid the month, 1,037,016 Emirates customers connected to the internet during their flight.
The Wi-Fi connections were mostly made over cell phones with more than 94% of clients interfacing with a cell phone – twice the same number of Wi-Fi connections were made on an iOS cell phone when contrasted with an Android versatile, and around 2% with a tablet, Emirates said in an announcement.
The rest of the Wi-Fi connections were made with Laptops and different gadgets.
Wi-Fi availability is accessible on more than 98% of the Emirates flights around the world, including all A380s, 777-300ERs and 777-200LRs.
Customers who are travelling in all cabin classes receive 20 Mega Bytes of free complimentary Wi-Fi data. Emirates Skywards members enjoy exclusive benefits depending on their membership tier and class of travel, including free Wi-Fi when travelling in First Class or Business Class.
More than 94% of travelers interfacing with Wi-Fi on board Emirates in March exploited the complimentary offer and and logged on to the Wi-Fi- connection free of charge.
The most elevated information utilization from a solitary traveler was made by an Emirates Skywards part who remained associated all through their flight from Dubai to Johannesburg, devouring 4.9 GB of complimentary information.
Emirates constantly puts resources into enhancing transmission capacity on board by updating the network arrangement on all its flights. Remaining associated has turned into a pillar and a desire on Emirates flights and the interest for Wi-Fi on load up has been consistently expanding every month. The course with the most Wi-Fi connections in March was EK215 from Dubai to Los Angeles with more than 6,000 clients were connected during the flight.