Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines backed Vistara becomes India’s first domestic airline to sign up for this service. With this, Vistara marks a new era of WiFi on aircraft in the Indian skies.
Airline is expected to launch its in-flight WiFi services by next month (March-April). According to the rules, the license is granted against an annual fee of INR 1 for a period of ten years. The service provider has to pay licence fees and spectrum charges based on revenue generated from these services.