Inmarsat has announced that SwiftBroadband™ will be deployed as the satellite backbone for in-flight internet services on two airlines in the Asia Pacific region. Japanese carrier ANA will deploy SwiftBroadband on its international routes from mid-2013. From next year, Inmarsat-enabled Wi-Fi services will be available on all the airline’s international routes, which mainly serve American and European destinations. The SwiftBroadband service is being provided by Inmarsat distribution partner OnAir, which will deploy its ‘Internet OnAir’ Wi-Fi capability in each aircraft. The agreement initially covers 28 aircraft, made up of a mix of Boeing 777-300ERs and Boeing 767-300ERs. OnAir is also

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