[Via Satellite 10-30-2014] Global Eagle Entertainment (GEE) has entered a long-term agreement with SES for Ku-band satellite bandwidth. Through this partnership, GEE will offer global coverage to airlines using SES’ fleet of more than 50 satellites. The company will also have access to services through future satellites and select teleports. SES has five satellites under construction, for which the aviation market has become a major influence.
“Entering into this agreement with SES provides a major step forward in the growth of GEE. By partnering with SES, GEE will be offering global connectivity coverage to our airline customers, including the next generation of High Throughput Satellite (HTS) systems,” said Dave Davis, CEO of GEE.
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