The thousand-piece puzzle of bringing inflight Wi-Fi to the world’s airline passengers is coming together, as hardware and service providers acquire type certifications from air safety regulators, secure contracts with airlines and begin the laborious process of installing hardware, aircraft by aircraft. After a summer lull in installations due to heavy demand on commercial passenger jets, service providers such as Global Eagle Entertainment (GEE), Gogo and Panasonic Avionics Corp. ...

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