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IN-FLIGHT ENTERTAINMENT REINVENTED
Real Internet at Altitude – The Only Service Passengers Want
In the air and on the ground, everyone wants to stay connected and entertained. ViaSat has reinvented in-flight entertainment with the only service that gives all passengers freedom to stream movies, music, sports, live TV, and more regardless of how many connect. With passenger take rates 4 times higher than other services, we’re enabling partnerships with premier content providers, increasing revenue opportunities from advertisers and sponsors, and allowing for flexible and sustainable airline business models.
Now well established in the U.S. on JetBlue, United Airlines, and Virgin America reaching nearly 1 million passengers per month, ViaSat in-flight internet is coming soon to EL AL Airlines and Qantas Airways.
Bandwidth For All – The Satellite Makes the Difference
To deliver this highly differentiated level of service to every passenger on the plane and every plane in the airspace, we need a lot of affordable network bandwidth. That’s the challenge we’re solving. ViaSat already has the world’s highest capacity satellite and is the only provider with a path to build an ultra-high capacity satellite network worldwide:
Discover the difference and deliver the real internet at altitude.
Exede In The Air Advantages
- Fastest in-flight Internet connection speeds of 12 Mbps or higher to the passenger.
- Service level agreement provides the greatest value to airlines.
- Highly-differentiated internet experience to attract passengers and build loyalty for added services.
- Low operating expenses and cost-e¬ffective equipment means high return for airlines.
- Airline controlled retail service packaging and pricing.
- Supports high-bandwidth crew and operations applications.
See the ViaSat presentation at Aircraft eEnablement
Speaker: Bill Sullivan, Senior Director, Strategic Initiatives, Enterprise Services at ViaSat, Inc.
Topic: Same Internet, Different Altitudes
Date: Thursday, April 28, 2016 at 9:30 a.m.
Learn more at: www.viasat.com/commercial-aviation