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Dec. 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Global Eagle Acquisition Corp. (NASDAQ: EAGL; EAGLW; EAGLU) (Global Eagle) announced today that stockholders of record as of
December 17, 2012 will be invited to attend a special meeting in lieu of annual meeting of stockholders to consider and vote upon a proposal to approve the previously announced proposed business combination in which Global Eagle will acquire Row 44, Inc. (Row 44) and 86% of Advanced Inflight Alliance AG (GR:DVN1) (AIA), as well as to consider and vote upon several related proposals. The date, time and location of the special meeting in lieu of annual meeting of stockholders will be set and announced at a later time. Only holders of record of Global Eagle's common stock at the close of business on
December 17, 2012 will be entitled to notice of the special meeting in lieu of annual meeting of stockholders and to vote at the special meeting in lieu of annual meeting of stockholders and any adjournments or postponements thereof.
The full meeting agenda will be detailed in the definitive proxy statement of Global Eagle, which will be mailed to all stockholders of record as of
December 17, 2012.
About Advanced Inflight Alliance AG
Advanced Inflight Alliance AG (AIA) is the world's leading provider of innovative content and solutions for the in-flight entertainment industry. Listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, AIA's subsidiaries are market-leading companies pioneering in the "passenger experience" sector which provide content solutions such as international and local audio, video, applications, games and services to the majority of the world's airlines. AIA was incorporated in
Germany in 1998 and completed its initial public offering in 1999.
About Row 44
Row 44 is a satellite-based broadband services provider to the global commercial airline industry. Its network enables airlines to connect to orbiting Ku-band satellites and to communicate with existing satellite ground earth stations. Row 44's in-cabin communication link currently provides airline passengers with Internet access, live television, shopping and flight and destination information. Row 44 was formed in 2004, its WiFi connectivity system was first deployed by a domestic commercial airline in 2009 and its broadband services were fully operations in 2010. Currently installed on more than 400 aircraft, Row 44 has the largest fleet of connected entertainment enabled planes that operate over land and sea worldwide.