Printed headline: Jostling for Space Satellite-based inflight connectivity is a hot topic, accompanied by a mind-boggling list of descriptive acronyms that grows longer by the day. From Ku- and Ka-band to HTS and XTS to LEO, GEO and MEO, the options—both current and future—from which airlines can choose appear almost endless. While some providers have invested heavily in their own satellite equipment, others lease capacity and can take a more flexible, agnostic approach to the ...

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