Unless Gogo has all your potential clients tied up for a decade with exclusive contracts
This was what was in the article:
At least two companiesâ"ViaSat and Global Eagle Entertainment (GEE)â"are encroaching on its airspace, winning business by offering faster, cheaper connections that use satellites instead of cell towers.
Now you are writing:
An airline that has already deployed a particular provider's service is a "client", not a "potential client". This means a "potential client" for ViaSat is an airline that 1. isn't already a ViaSat client and 2. isn't already in an exclusive contract with Gogo.
If Gogo's competitors already have contracts with some airlines, your "all" point is nonsense. That's like saying Comcast could potentially look all my neighbors into contracts. Except that it is a fact that they haven't and can't.