Demand for broadband connectivity aboard business aircraft is booming. Passengers expect seamless Wi-Fi access to the internet as much as they count on meal and beverage service, operable reading lights, temperature control, oxygen masks and functioning lavatories. And while it’s not yet possible to offer travelers the same 100 to 300 megabits per second (Mbps) download speeds they enjoy on the ground, Ka-band satcom is an advanced technology that promises up to nine times faster ...

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