Satellite specialist Inmarsat, telecommunications provider Deutsche Telekom, mobile phone company Nokia and airline technology firm Thales have completed a program of European Aviation Network (EAN) broadband test flights. “The actual performance and quality of the inflight datalink exceeds design expectations,” Inmarsat president of aviation Leo Mondale said. EAN, which was announced in 2015, is the first integrated S-band satellite and air-to-ground network. It will provide ...

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