Not able to use the internet in flights is one of the common issues that almost everyone has faced at some point in time. However, to solve this issue, Tata and Singapore Airlines-owned domestic airline, Vistara, has announced that it is going to provide internet in flights through in-flight WiFi services.
According to ET, Vistara has partnered with NELCO, a subsidiary of Tata group, to provide Wifi services inside the flight. NELCO is a leading provider of very small aperture terminal (VSAT) solutions in India. NELCO will also provide Vistara with a transponder space, which it has received from the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). Moreover, the government has allocated a spectrum to Vistara for providing this service.
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