OnAir was launched in 2005 to develop and operate in-flight passenger communications services. It is now the leading provider of in-flight connectivity services.
OnAir is committed to providing a full range of affordable services tailored to passenger habits and preferences, as well as flight durations.
OnAir allows passengers to use their own portable electronic devices, including:
- Laptop computers
- Mobile phones
- Personal digital assistants (PDAs)
OnAir allows passengers to:
- Send and receive e-mails and text messages
- Make and receive phone calls
Since the launch of Mobile OnAir in 2007, more than 5,000 passengers, flying to 44 cities in 21 countries, have used their mobile phones and BlackBerry-type devices to access a full range of in-flight communications services.
OnAir is owned by SITA, is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland and has operations in Seattle, London, Montreal, Kuala Lumpur and Dubai.