PARIS — Satellite broadband and hardware provider Viasat Inc. gave a bullish assessment of the recovery of the in-flight-connectivity market, at least among domestic U.S. airlines, and said the stock market’s under-valuation of the company’s government/military business is no reason to sell the division.
In a May 25 investor call, Viasat said its three terabit/per/second Viasat-3 satellites have not moved from their previously announced schedules: Viasat-3 over the Americas should launch in early 2022, with the second satellite over Europe, the . . .
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