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Mahata Aero Teknologi (MAT), an Indonesian wireless technology provider, has announced an agreement to provide Indonesian national airline Garuda with high-speed in-flight broadband.
In-flight Wi-Fi is now a key driver in forming customer loyalty and satisfaction among today’s airline passengers, according to a leading poll of passenger attitudes.
Inmarsat has announced it has joined the Aviation Information Sharing and Analysis Center (A-ISAC), an international membership association for sharing cybersecurity information targeted at the aviation sector.
The Malaysian conglomerate has signed a contract to hook up much of its vast fleet with high-speed broadband.
Only 53 out of an estimated 5,000 airlines currently roll out broadband on their flights. In the next 20 years all that seems set to change.
Retrofit installations now underway for Inmarsat’s next-generation inflight broadband service on Qatar Airways’ Boeing 777 aircraft.
This is the conclusion from the third annual global Inflight Connectivity Survey, published today by Inmarsat.
Avianca and Inmarsat today announced the signing of an agreement that will allow travellers to enjoy the most advanced broadband technology onboard its aircraft.