Categories: Technology

Sky Links

Satellites and a new fleet of connected aircraft mean inflight WiFi may be coming of age – at last
Today for business fliers, the most critical development aloft is connectivity – which means the ability to surf the web, take phone calls, send e-mails, and have an online experience in the air similar to one they would expect on the ground. So increasingly inflight systems have turned to satellite technology – both to provide the kind of speed and reliability users expect, and to extend coverage over those long-haul transoceanic routes and over land masses that are currently out of reach of ground-based systems.

Here’s a roundup of what some global airlines are working on to keep you online while you’re on board.

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