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Inmarsat named ‘Satellite Network Provider of the Year’

Posted 11 March 2021 · Add Comment

Inmarsat has been named ‘Satellite Network Provider of the Year’ at the Aviation Achievement Awards 2021.

 

Inmarsat has been named ‘Satellite Network Provider of the Year’ at the Aviation Achievement Awards 2021.  Image:  Inmarsat

This year’s edition of the Aviation Achievement Awards was dedicated to organisations that have shown exceptional leadership, innovation and resilience within the aviation industry over the past 12 months, despite the challenge of uncertain market conditions due to COVID-19 travel restrictions.

 

The awards have a particular focus on the Middle East and winners were announced during a virtual ceremony, broadcast from Dubai, this week. The judging panel selected Inmarsat as ‘Satellite Network Provider of the Year’ for providing outstanding support to customers of its market-leading cockpit and cabin connectivity solutions during the global pandemic and bringing thousands of industry professionals together with two editions of its FlightPlan online broadcast event.

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