UPDATE: Eutelsat said Feb. 16 that China Unicom’s UnicomAirNet signed a multi-year contract for the HTS capacity remaining available on Eutelsat’s 172B satellite for in-flight connectivity. Panasonic Avionics had booked, prelaunch, most of the HTS capacity on 172B. UnicomAirNet (UAN) has signed a multi-year agreement with Eutelsat Asia, an affiliate of Eutelsat Communications (Euronext Paris:
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