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September 29, 2015
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September 21, 2015
18:42 EDTDTEGYLufthansa to offer high-speed internet on short, medium haul flights
Lufthansa (DLAKY) announced that, from early summer 2016, the company "will be the first network airline in Europe to offer broadband on board its short and medium-haul flights." The new service from Lufthansa and its technology partner Inmarsat (IMASF) is based on the "most modern" broadband satellite technology from Inmarsat's Global Xpress network, said the companies. Telephone calls on board, however, will still not be allowed due to what Lufthansa called "customer preference." Additionally, Lufthansa Systems and Lufthansa Technik are planning a long-term global partnership in order to also be able to offer other airlines an on-board IT platform termed BoardConnect, with broadband Internet access that can be used for a number of different purposes. Lufthansa is also committing to a flight trial program for a new hybrid network being developed for Europe, combining an S-band satellite from Inmarsat with a complementary LTE ground network being provided by Deutsche Telekom (DTEGY). From 2017 onwards, Lufthansa will commence a flight trial program of the new technology. Reference Link
05:20 EDTDTEGYDeutsche Telekom and Inmarsat partner to deliver European aviation network
Deutsche Telekom (DTEGY) and Inmarsat (IMASF) announced a strategic partnership bringing passenger connectivity to Europe's aviation industry and its customers. An innovative, combined LTE-based ground network and satellite network delivers travelers in Europe the advantage of in-flight high-speed Internet access when in the air. Deutsche Telekom and Inmarsat are working together to develop the European Aviation Network seamlessly combining satellite connectivity from a new Inmarsat S-band satellite with an LTE-based ground network developed and run by Deutsche Telekom. In early summer 2016, Lufthansa will launch a state-of-the-art satellite-based broadband service on board its European flights, which is based on the recently launched technology provided by Inmarsat. Building on this strategic relationship, Lufthansa is committed to a flight trial program of the European Aviation Network from 2017 onwards.

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