PARIS — The dispute between satellite operators competing to provide in-flight connectivity services in Europe has sharpened, with the two sides exchanging cease-and-desist demands and the publication of a formal legal complaint.
The judicial procedure, filed by satellite broadband provider ViaSat Inc. on April 24 in the General Court of the European Union, was published only July 3:
Satellite fleet operator Eutelsat, which has agreed to partner with . . .
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