Row 44 Expands Coverage Globally with Hughes and Intelsat's Ku Satellites

By Row 44 Inc., PRNE
Tuesday, April 5, 2011

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, California, April 6, 2011 - Row 44, Inc., provider of the world's leading in-flight broadband
entertainment platform, announced today that the company is expanding its
coverage capabilities across the globe by combining Hughes's HX modem
platform with Intelsat's IS fleet of Ku-band satellites.

Row 44 currently offers service in North America, Europe and the Middle
, and is already executing on a plan to expand service to Mexico, the
Caribbean, North Atlantic and Russia. This latest announcement identifies Row
44's rest-of-world coverage via Hughes and Intelsat and, based on the timing
of Intelsat's IS fleet target service dates, Row 44 expects to offer global
service by the end of 2013.

"Row 44 continues to execute on our mission of helping airlines around
the world provide an unparalleled in-flight broadband entertainment
experience to their passengers," said Row 44's President, Gregg Fialcowitz.
"Offering this extended coverage through two of the world's largest and most
trusted names in satellite broadband - Intelsat and Hughes - ensures our
future ability to deliver that premium experience to our airline partners and
their passengers, no matter where in the world they fly."

About Row 44, Inc.

Row 44, Inc. provides the world's leading in-flight broadband
entertainment platform for commercial airlines. The company's flying Wi-Fi
hotspot - which delivers the world's fastest aviation broadband speeds to
passengers - provides airlines with an unmatched selection of
revenue-generating and experience-enhancing entertainment, shopping and
destination services. The company is partnering with airlines around the
world, including world-renowned Southwest and 2009 Market Leadership Award
recipient Norwegian Air Shuttle, to deliver a series of truly remarkable
products to improve the commercial flying experience. For more information,

Robbie Hyman of Row 44, Inc., +1-818-917-4806, rhyman at

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