Over 23,000 commercial aircraft will offer connectivity to their passengers by 2027, up from 7,400 in 2017, a report by satellite market research specialist Euroconsult said, consolidating forecasts made by connectivity service and hardware providers. “In January 2018, around 90 airlines had either installed or committed to install inflight connectivity solutions,” said Pacome Revillon, CEO of Euroconsult, noting that offering connectivity is now a must-have for most airlines ...


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