The company has celebrated its 11th launch and now has 358 satellites in space with an aim to deliver 648 for a low-earth orbit.
Griffin says that they aim to deliver a service to passengers that will allow them to connect as speeds to do “what they want” while flying.
The Middle East is a key market. “When we have discussions with airlines in the Middle East, for example, they know exactly what they're looking for. And when we tell them what we're most capable of, we spend quite a lot of time picking their jaws up off the table is really quite an interesting reaction to see.”
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