Connectivity equipment for business jets from Viasat is lighter and easier to install and upgrade than that of most competitors.
With almost every plane now offering Viasat-provided connectivity, JetBlue customers enjoy the best Wi-Fi in the sky
As one of the earliest adopters of Viasat’s in-flight Wi-Fi service, JetBlue sees the service as key to a better customer experience
Don Buchman, Viasat's VP of commercial aviation, talks about how improved in-flight Wi-Fi from Viasat is changing expectations in the air.
With Viasat service recently launched on Finnair aircraft within Europe, we took a few moments to ask Harri Valkama what this meant for the airline. Valkama is the manager of in-flight e-commerce at Finnair.
As Viasat passes its 100th installation of our Gen 2 equipment, enabling aircraft to be connected to our new and future satellites, here's a look at what it takes to get a plane off the ground with the best Wi-Fi in the sky.
Airline passenger with a good online connection, with few other distractions for hours at a time, could be a huge benefit for online retailers.
With Nordic countries enjoying some of the best internet service in the world, Scandinavian Airlines wanted to go with Viasat's 'best Wi-Fi' in the sky.
As part of its improved passenger experience, SAS is outfitting its aircraft with Viasat service better suited to streaming video.
By having to compete against cable and fiber on the ground, Viasat customers in the air benefit with more robust service than other in-flight providers can offer.