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South Korea’s KT Sat Poised To Provide Global Inflight and Maritime Connectivity

South Korean satellite operator KT Sat is now poised to provide near-global maritime and inflight connectivity through its new satellites and expanded teleport, in what is becoming an increasingly crowded market. With the launches of the Mugunghwa-7 and -5A satellites last year, the company can now provide satellite services covering the Korean Peninsula, the Philippines,
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