SpaceX is offering high speed in-flight Starlink internet to commercial airlines and private airplanes.
High-speed, low-latency, in-flight internet will cost each airplane $12,500/mo-$25,000/mo with a one-time hardware cost of $150,000. Deliveries will start 2023.
Starlink has been available for cruise ships and private ships with up to 350 Mbps download while at sea. $5,000/mo with a one-time hardware cost of $10,000 for two high performance terminals.
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