Aero, maritime connectivity provider Global Eagle to spend $100M this year on satellite bandwidth

by Peter B. de Selding

UPDATE April 14: Global Eagle Entertainment and its creditors agreed to extend, for the second time in two weeks, the deadline by which the company must file audited 2019 financial statements, to April 16. The previous deadline was April 9.

Creditors include Apollo Credit Management, Redding Ridge Asset Management, Sound Point Capital Management, Carlyle Investment, BlackRock Credit Alpha Master Fund and Eaton Vance Management.

PARIS — Satellite in-flight and maritime connectivity provider Global Eagle Entertainment expects to spend $100 . . .

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