Global Eagle evokes Chapter 11 risk without a turnaround in business or liquidity

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS— Aeronautical and maritime satellite connectivity service provider Global Eagle Entertainment (GEE) warned investors that it may not be able to avoid Chapter 11 bankruptcy this year.

The company obtained a waiver from creditors that set a leverage ceiling, but that was replaced by a liquidity floor it may be unable to maintain this year unless its mobility markets recover quickly from the Covid-19 pandemic’s devastating effects on passenger travel.

“Based on current projections, management believes it is probable that the Company will not comply . . .

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