Free access to cloud on Arke flights
AMSTERDAM, WILLEMSTAD – The Dutch airline Arke Fly now offers free access to a wireless network during its flights. Through the so-called TUI Cloud, passengers with their own device (tablet, phone or laptop) can use this network and view destination videos, play games or read a newspaper.
The airline also says that they are testing the online Arke Café. During the flight, passengers can then place orders online.
The intention is that in future there is also access to e-books, magazines and news feeds. The cloud is also installed at certain airports from autumn 2016, so passengers can use social media. To log in to the cloud passengers must turn on their Wi-Fi.