Airbus puts commercial satcoms business up for sale Featured

Bernhard Gerwert, Airbus DS Bernhard Gerwert, Airbus DS Airbus DS

In a surprise move, Airbus Defence and Space has announced that it plans to sell off its commercial satellite communications business, including its maritime satcom business and direct sales subsidiary Marlink.

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