[Corrected version] Row 44 announced Friday it has received US Federal Communications Commission approval to operate and charge for in-flight broadband connectivity service aboard commercial aircraft over the Atlantic Ocean, making it the only Ku-based connectivity provider allowed to operate and charge for the service on transatlantic flights. "This license creates complete seamlessness for Row 44's broadband across the Atlantic," CCO Howard Lefkowitz said. "Row 44 ...

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