Cabin electronics makers are providing business aircraft passengers with a dazzling assortment of communication, information and entertainment options.
A report prepared by Freesky Research of Arlington, Va., forecast that private jets will account for over half of all aircraft broadband installations over the next four years, notwithstanding new interest in more-capable cabin electronics and communications systems being offered to airlines. "Private jets with maximum takeoff weights over 50,000 pounds will be one of the leading segments of the market. They have the width to carry most fuselage-mounted antennas, and sell at prices that ...
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