Gogo: Satellite price drop good for us, bad for new entrants
Gogo Chief Executive Michael Small says the company is likely to surpass its goal of installing its 2Ku satellite in-flight-connectivity service on 350-400 commercial aircraft this year as it ramps from one per day in late 2016 to two per day in 2017. Credit: Gogo.

PARIS — In-flight-connectivity provider Gogo Inc. says the continued drop in satellite bandwidth costs will act as a barrier to entry for new service providers because other costs, including maintaining a global supply chain and a global . . .

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