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Emirates to launch Wi-Fi service on its A-380s

Dubai-based Emirates Airline has announced plans to launch Wi-Fi services across its fleet of A380 jumbo jets, becoming the latest carrier in the region to ramp up its in-flight entertainment offerings.

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