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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