Satellite in-flight connectivity: Inmarsat’s CEO addresses the market’s disquiet

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS — The in-flight connectivity (IFC) market climbs a wall of worry.

With every airline deal that’s struck by a satellite connectivity provider, observers see not only the march toward ubiquitous wifi in the sky, but also the march toward bankruptcy of the most-exposed players, or the reorganization of the IFC divisions of those companies with other legs to stand on.

They all admit this, as was clear here during the World Satellite Business Week conference organized by Euroconsult.

Global Eagle Entertainment, Gogo . . .

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