In the US market, which is by far the largest for in-flight WiFi, there is a looming battle between traditional market leader Gogo and upcoming ViaSat. Gogo has the largest footprint with “10 airline partners, 6,000+ connected aircraft, 67 STCs obtained, 55+...
Our fourth annual EFB survey report will be available from Monday January 18. The 34 page report (PDF) includes six sections (Airline Operations, Connectivity, Business Case Drivers, Future Planning, Cyber Security, Tablet EFBs) with 46 charts and a foreword by IATA....
Inmarsat is a global connectivity provider focused on mobile connectivity solutions. They have three Ka satellites that cover the entire globe. VP Business Aviation Kurt Weidemeyer explains how they do this and why Ka is a better solution of aircraft than...
The move to e-Enabled aircraft has started. There is no turning back and the future is really about how to extract the maximum benefits from the technology. As we have written before, e-Enablement is really all about connectivity. Absent connectivity, the promise of...
Great news for commercial aviation out today. Kudos to Inmarsat taking the lead here. Of course it is excellent PR for the firm, but it is huge news for airlines and passengers. In advance of the conference on aircraft tracking being hosted by ICAO in Montreal on...
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