October 17, 2022 – OneWeb, the global communications company powered by space, and Panasonic Avionics Corporation (Panasonic Avionics), the leading global supplier of in-flight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) solutions, have agreed to terms that enable Panasonic Avionics to market, sell, and support OneWeb’s high-speed, low-latency in-flight broadband services to commercial airlines worldwide. Panasonic Avionics will offer OneWeb’s global service standalone or paired with Panasonic Avionics’ award-winning GEO service, which covers 99.6% of the world’s flight routes. Adding support for OneWeb represents Panasonic Avionics’ dedication to a multi-orbit strategy and will offer airlines more choices, with top-tier products supporting forward link speeds approaching 200 Mbps and return link speeds up to 32 Mbps everywhere, including polar routes. This coverage and performance will improve the in-flight surfing and streaming experience for passengers and will open the door to new airline passenger experiences. Examples include live gameplay, video conferencing, and VoIP communication. Panasonic Avionics’ proven track record delivering in-flight connectivity to more than 70 of the world’s leading airlines, and its ability to sell and support the OneWeb solution globally, were vital factors in its partnership with OneWeb. Panasonic expects to support OneWeb-equipped aircraft in the second half of 2023. Panasonic Avionics’ will make its catalogue of cloud-enabled, broadband-connected applications available over the OneWeb network, including mobile phone connectivity, ARCTM moving map, ZeroTouchTM content management, and related services.