JetBlue Airways has selected an inflight connectivity (IFC) system from Viasat for its new fleet of 70 Airbus A220-300s, Viasat announced Aug. 7. JetBlue’s A220-300s will be fitted with Viasat’s latest Ka-band IFC system, which is compatible with the company’s current and future class of satellites. The narrowbody airliners will be assembled at the Airbus manufacturing facility in Mobile, Alabama, with deliveries expected to begin next year. Airbus on Aug. 5 said it has ...

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