Panasonic Avionics stays the course despite investigation

by Peter B. de Selding

Panasonic Avionics Corp.'s David Bruner said his company will have 86 percent of all airline flight routes covered with high-throughput-satellite (HTS) capacity by the end of this year, and by 2020 will have 80 percent of the routes covered by Panasonic's XTS, or Extreme HTS, capacity.  Credit: Panasonic Avionics

 

WASHINGTON — Panasonic Avionics Corp.’s chief salesman for in-flight connectivity said a U.S. investigation into alleged corrupt practices that led to the resignation of the company’s two top executives has had no impact on the company’s airline broadband strategy.

David Bruner said . . .

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