La Compagnie to Offer Unlimited High-Speed Wi-Fi in 2019

La Compagnie's new A321neo

La Compagnie, the exclusively Business Class boutique airline offering two daily flights between New York and Paris, has partnered with Viasat Inc. to equip La Compagnie’s brand-new, all-Business Class A321neo aircraft with high-speed Wi-Fi capabilities. Deployment of the new in-flight Wi-Fi service is scheduled for April 2019—making unlimited in-flight connectivity available to all 76 passengers onboard.

The airline says it selected Viasat because of its unique satellite design, which has the ability to meet connectivity demands, even in high-density areas, such as major airport hubs and congested air corridors.

As a result of the partnership, all passengers will be able to go beyond curated entertainment with amplified Internet access throughout their in-flight experience, which the airline says rivals connectivity standards on the ground.

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La Compagnie’s A321neo aircraft are scheduled to operate between New York and Paris from April 2019. They will also be equipped with 76 full flat seats for an even more comfortable Business Class experience.

Visit www.lacompagnie.com

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