In-flight broadband could be coming to New Zealand thanks to an agreement between Auckland-based engineering company Broadtech Group and Germany-based in-flight connectivity specialist SkyFive.
Inmarsat has successfully launched its S-band satellite for the European Aviation Network on an Arianespace Ariane 5 rocket from Kourou in French Guiana.
UK-based global mobile satellite communications provider Inmarsat has more than 1000 aircraft under signed contracts, both installed and as a backlog, for its next-generation GX Aviation and European Aviation Network (EAN) in-flight broadband services.
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