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airBaltic will equip its fleet with Starlink

Latvian airline, airBaltic, announced plans to equip its entire Airbus A220-300 fleet with Starlink internet and give passengers complimentary access to the in-flight, high-speed, low-latency broadband internet. ( More...

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James Eaton 1
Kudoes to AirBaltice and Starlink. "Starlink, which can deliver up to 350 Mbps to aircraft..." this compares to a measly 3-5 Mbps on most large airlines - and they charge for that "service".
The question that arises though: is that 350Mbps per aircraft? - which suggests that the more users there are that 350 Mbps is distributed between them which means for every extra user the speed reduces for each user.


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