News: Inmarsat PLC (ISA.L)

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Fri, Aug 29 2014

Inmarsat receives $9.1 mln dues from LightSquared

Aug 29 - British satellite company Inmarsat Plc said it received dues of $9.1 million from U.S. mobile network company LightSquared, but added there was significant uncertainty of any further payments from the bankrupt company.

BRIEF-Inmarsat says received payment of a phase 2 quarterly payment from LightSquared

* Provides following update with regard to its cooperation agreement with LightSquared

Inmarsat says Proton delay will hold up new network

LONDON - British satellite company Inmarsat said the global implementation of its new communications network would be delayed by as much as six months as its Russian launch provider Proton recovers from a failure.

UPDATE 1-Inmarsat says Proton delay will hold up new network

* Shares down 2.2 percent (Adds CEO comments, analyst reaction, shares)

Inmarsat says Proton delays will hold up global launch of new network

LONDON, Aug 5 - British satellite company Inmarsat said the global implementation of its new communications network would be delayed by as much as six months as its Russian launch provider Proton recovers from a failure.

BRIEF-Inmarsat reaffirms targets as GX satellite launches delayed

* Q2 inmarsat global mss revenues $196.1m (2013: $195.9m)

BRIEF-Inmarsat says its first 5 GX satellite achieved CSI

* Its first Inmarsat- 5 Global Xpress (GX) satellite has achieved commercial service introduction (CSI)

UPDATE 1-Inmarsat to roll out in-flight passenger broadband

LONDON, June 5 - British satellite operator Inmarsat will roll out a new satellite and air-to-ground network to give passengers on European flights broadband internet access on seat back screens and on their own smartphones and tablets.

Inmarsat to roll out in-flight passenger broadband

LONDON, June 5 - British satellite operator Inmarsat said on Thursday it would deploy a Europe-wide satellite and air-to-ground network to meet demand for broadband services for passengers on aeroplanes.

UPDATE 2-Malaysia, UK firm release satellite data on missing MH370 flight

* Relatives hope outside analysis of data will provide clues

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