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Boeing and Global Eagle Entertainment Offer Line-Fit Satellite Connectivity
by Staff Writers
Los Angeles CA (SPX) Jun 24, 2014


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Boeing (BA) and Global Eagle Entertainment have signed a new technical services agreement (TSA) to evaluate Global Eagle Entertainment's (GEE) satellite-based connectivity solution for line-fit offerability to airlines worldwide.

The TSA is an important milestone in offering airline customers the option to purchase the GEE connectivity system pre-installed on new delivery Boeing 737 and 787 aircraft.

GEE delivers content and connectivity to the world's largest fleet of Ku-band satellite-connected aircraft, with over 550 planes flying with the GEE system over four continents.

Evaluation by Boeing and GEE is expected to be completed during 2015.

"We're delighted that Boeing has recognized our connectivity solution for evaluation," said Dave Davis, COO and CFO of Global Eagle Entertainment.

"This agreement highlights the advantages of GEE's proven technology and demonstrates the strong demand by airlines for connectivity solutions."

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