5 APRIL 2010

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Article from BTNews 5 APRIL 2010

OnAir departs from Ryanair

ONAIR, the in-flight internet and telephone provider, and Ryanair, have parted company after a 12-month relationship described as “extremely positive”.  It did seem at the time of the launch that the two companies were incompatible, the phone ideal for long and medium haul operations, but perhaps less so with an average flight of around one hour.  OnAir is not expensive at £1.50 per minute for voice calls and 40p per text.  Neither company will comment on the fall-out but it seems obvious that with the Ryanair policy of financial prudence there had to be a parting of the ways.  OnAir currently operates with six airlines and has a portfolio of 23 signed agreements with national carriers worldwide.  The company will also be launching its services with six more airlines during the course of this year. www.onair.aero  www.ryanair.com

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