After 4 years of unwanted excitement, Spacecom looks to return to normalcy; Amos-17 operational in November

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS — Israeli satellite fleet operator Spacecom has weathered its own plague of frogs and can now wish for nothing more than stability.

The company reported a nearly 4% increase in revenue, to $41.2 million, for the first six months of 2019 compared to the previous year. Gross profit was up 23%, to $15.3 million. The increase was mainly due to an uptick in revenue from the Amos 4 satellite at 65 degrees east.

Its new, Boeing-built Amos-17 satellite, launched by SpaceX . . .

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