Japan Airlines has selected Intelsat to provide multi-orbit inflight connectivity service on more than 20 737 MAX aircraft to be delivered in the coming years. The airline will become one of the first in the Asia-Pacific region to offer reliable, multi-orbit service using Intelsat’s new electronically steered array (ESA) antenna. “Japan Airlines’ passengers will soon benefit from multi-orbit connectivity that will provide the same fast and dependable internet access they enjoy at home, thanks to wide coverage and low latency,” said Intelsat senior vice president for commercial aviation Dave Bijur. “JAL was Intelsat’s first non-US commercial aviation customer, and we

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