Research released by satellite communications provider Inmarsat shows growing demand for inflight Wi-Fi, with 60% of passengers regarding the service as “a necessity, not a luxury.” “The availability of inflight broadband has become a major factor when choosing an airline,” Inmarsat Aviation president Leo Mondale said. Detailing the findings of the third annual global Inflight Connectivity Survey, Inmarsat said passenger expectations are growing, with connectivity ...

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