Row 44 Receives EASA Approval for European-based Aircraft

By Row 44 Inc., PRNE
Tuesday, January 4, 2011

The European Agency's Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) Allows Row 44 to Equip Commercial Planes with In-flight Broadband Connectivity

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, California, January 5, 2011 - Row 44, Inc., the world's leading provider of in-flight broadband
connectivity, has received a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) from the
European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to equip commercial aircraft in Europe
with its broadband connectivity platform.

"EASA approval marks another major milestone for Row 44, clearing the
final hurdle for us to offer our in-flight broadband connectivity platform on
another continent," said chief commercial officer Howard Lefkowitz. "Planes
equipped with it will soon be flying all across Europe with a full menu of
in-flight broadband services — internet, video, e-commerce, games and more.
We will be pioneering a whole new flying experience for passengers throughout

Row 44's EASA STC covers Boeing 737-700, 800 and 900 series airframes.

About Row 44, Inc.

Row 44 is the world's leading provider of in-flight broadband
connectivity to commercial airlines. The company's first US customer is
Southwest Airlines. Row 44 takes its name from British-born cofounder John
Guidon's memories of transatlantic flights as a young man, where he was
seated in the rear row of a DC-10 — row 44 — in a non-reclining seat
directly in front of the flight attendants' galley, closest to the engine and
sharing a wall with the bathroom. Row 44's goal is to make commercial air
travel fun and productive even for that passenger. For more information visit

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

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