Satellite operator Inmarsat will roll out a new high-speed inflight broadband service across the European Union (EU) and has named British Airways as a potential launch customer. Using an integrated satellite/air-to-ground network, Inmarsat plans to offer a service similar to Gogo in the US, delivering over 30MHz of S-band connectivity to aircraft across the EU. “We believe that the same inflight connectivity opportunity exists in Europe and that, with the support of EU telecoms ...

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