Ahead of the conference on aircraft tracking being hosted by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) in Montreal which began yesterday, Inmarsat, the provider of global mobile satellite communications safety services, has confirmed that it has proposed to ICAO a free global airline tracking service over the Inmarsat network, as part of the anticipated adoption of further aviation safety service measures by the world’s airlines following the loss of flight MH370. This service is being offered to all 11,000 commercial passenger aircraft, which are already equipped with an Inmarsat satellite connection, virtually 100% of the world’s long haul commercial fleet. In

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