US-based connectivity specialist Air Informatics president & managing director Bruce Jackson believes that airline Wi-Fi connectivity is facing two to three years of volatility. Speaking at MRO Europe in Amsterdam on Oct. 17, Jackson said the falling cost of bandwidth could offer a “path to profitability” for airline Wi-Fi suppliers, but the next few years will be “highly volatile” as connectivity providers merge and acquire one another, new technologies come ...

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