Viasat is expanding its presence in Europe with in-flight connectivity across the continent and a growing residential internet service business across several EU countries. When ViaSat-3 EMEA launches in a few short years, we’ll greatly increase our capacity and ability to serve all of Europe with high-speed connectivity.
Small team has big goals for Europe as ViaSat-3 constellation moves forward
Viasat's Evan Dixon discusses the company's increasing presence in the European broadband market and how satellite can help Europe meet its connectivity goals.
Podcast: ‘Make time matter:’ How Scandinavian Airlines uses Viasat in-flight Wi-Fi to keep passengers happy
Viasat’s VP of commercial aviation Don Buchman catches up with two SAS team members to see how their Viasat in-flight Wi-Fi is helping
As is the case in many parts of the world, many areas in Europe not covered by traditional ISPs can be served by satellite broadband.
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.
The head of Viasat’s newest Pride Alliance chapter jumped into the celebration head first, and happily involved most of the Dublin staff in the week-long tribute to diversity.
As part of its improved passenger experience, SAS is outfitting its aircraft with Viasat service better suited to streaming video.
Antenna engineer Maria Carolina Vigano has a Ph.D. in antenna arrays, a black belt in karate — and some killer heels. During a recent visit to Viasat Denver, the blue Italian stilettos were the only obvious nod to fashion in Vigano’s otherwise understated outfit. The attire is an indicator of the way Vigano leads her life. She’s passionate about the technology she’s developed and focused on how its performance can best advance satellite communications. Being a woman in the [...]
Viasat continues to expand its presence in Europe, with a new office in Ireland with space for up to 250 employees.
With high-speed, 50 Mbps from satellite now available from Viasat in Europe, it's time the technology is recognized as a viable alternative to fiber in many areas.