22 International Airlines Partnered With Reliance Jio For In-flight Internet Service


22 international airlines have partnered with Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Jio for in-flight internet connectivity in the Indian airspace.

Now Jio is one of the Indian companies to hold an in-flight connectivity license.

“(These plans are) applicable for 22 partner airlines… Data and SMS services are available in all our partner airlines. However, voice services are available only in select Airlines. Incoming calls are not allowed on these packs. Incoming SMS is free. Usage entitlements applicable only for Inflight communications. Data speed may vary from airline to airline,” says the Jio website.

Here is the list of Jio’s 22 partner airlines:

  1. Aer Lingus
  2. Air Serbia
  3. Alitalia
  4. Asiana Airlines
  5. Biman Bangladesh Airlines
  6. Cathay Pacific
  7. Egypt Air
  8. Emirates
  9. Etihad Airways
  10. Euro wings
  11. EVA Air
  12. Kuwait Airways
  13. Lufthansa
  14. Malaysia Airlines
  15. Malindo Air
  16. SAS Scandinavian Airlines
  17. Singapore Airlines
  18. SWISS
  19. TAP Air Portugal
  20. Turkish Airlines
  21. Uzbekistan Airways
  22. Virgin Atlantic

Jio is initially offering inflight data plans on per day basis, as of now. There are three plans that are available for customers — Rs 499, Rs 699, and Rs 999.

Here’s what’s on offer in each of the in-flight data packs:

  • Rs 499: 250 MB data, 100 mins outgoing voice calls and 100 SMS
  • Rs 699: 500 MB data, 100 mins outgoing voice calls and 100 SMS
  • Rs 999: 1 GB data, 100 mins outgoing voice calls and 100 SMS
Reliance Jio In-flight Data Plans

According to the air traffic regulations in India, in-flight internet services in Indian airspace must be provided by an Indian telecommunications service provider for security reasons.

The only Indian airline that offers in-flight internet services is Vistara. It has partnered with Nelco of the Tata Group.


The Tata Group airline, which started last Friday (September 18) on board its Dreamliner with the Wi-Fi internet connection in flight, will initially offer the service free of charge as an introductory offer for all passengers. Tariff plans for the service will be announced later.

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Manish Khandelwal
Manish Khandelwal

Manish Khandelwal, a travel-tech enthusiast with over a decade of experience in the travel industry. Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Travelobiz.com, he's passionate about writing.

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