The time when passengers will take high-speed onboard Wi-Fi for granted is probably coming soon. As the unit cost of a gigabit per second (Gbps) is decreasing, offers for broadband inflight connectivity are burgeoning. But airlines should carefully consider their needs before settling on one option or another. Inflight connectivity equipment and service providers tend to use surveys to persuade airlines they should move fast to offer broadband internet for passengers and crew. A few years ...

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