PARIS — Aero and maritime content and connectivity provider Global Eagle Entertainment said a free-WiFi environment would be great for its business but likely won’t arrive for a decade unless airlines are willing to sacrifice business customers’ access.
Until then, it will work to provide cached entertainment options aboard aircraft to attract most passengers, a strategy in line with that of video streaming services that would preserve satellite bandwidth for the minority of passengers willing to pay for it.
GEE Chief Executive Josh Marks also said . . .
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