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Eurobird was a series of satellites owned and operated by Eutelsat. The Eurobird satellites provided broadcasting and telecommunication services primarily to the Western and Central European region from orbital positions of 9, 25.5 and 33 degrees East. The Eurobird brand was phased out on 1 March 2012, with the satellites becoming part of Eutelsat's main fleet in a company-wide rebranding.

Eurobirds still in operation:

Eurobirds no longer in operation:

Pending investigation of damage caused to the craft, the retired Hot Bird 3 will become Eurobird 10, positioned at 10E alongside Eutelsat W1.

List of providers

Name Location Website
Eutelsat France
Globecast France
Wide Network Solutions United Kingdom
Sky Italia Italy
Arqiva United Kingdom


  1. ^ Europe zone
  2. ^ "Eurobird 9A AFN FAQ". Armed Forces Network Europe. Archived from the original on 2011-08-20. Retrieved 2011-08-15.