Lufthansa has announced it will offer Internet access on almost all of its flights by the end of next year. The airline, which will offer the service first on its North American routes, is using the FlyNet system, developed by Panasonic of Japan with Deutsche Telekom. It will provide unlimited access to passengers with a laptop or smartphone for €10.95 euros or 3,500 frequent flier miles per hour.

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