In-Flight Entertainment & Connectivity

In-flight connectivity market to more than double by 2028

The number of connected commercial aircraft will increase from 8,200 at the end of 2018 to more than 20,500 over the next ten years. Euroconsult's research suggests that satellite operators and service providers stand to benefit the most from the market growth with increased revenues associated with aircraft connectivity.

Euroconsult’s analysis over the period from December 2018 through December 2028 points to increasing competition among service providers, which it predicts will result in decreasing bandwidth cost. However, this is expected to be offset by the dramatic growth in data consumption both by passengers and by the aircraft themselves.

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A Sample of Our Consulting Expertise

  • Market assessment for Asia, the Middle East and Africa
  • • External due diligence of a regional operator over Europe and Africa
  • • Independent assessment of a satellite project in Latin America
  • Commercial due diligence of a teleport operator in the Middle East
  • • Due diligence of a satellite service provider in Asia Pacific
  • Independent valuation of a transponder agreement
  • • Commercial due diligence for a global MSS operator
  • • Commercial due diligence of a regional MSS satellite system in EMEA/Asia
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  • • Assessment for demand in emerging regional markets