How is inclination change performed for satellites inserted into GEO?
With most launches performed from spaceports at various high latitudes, it's impossible to launch directly into equatorial inclination. And I know inclination change maneuvers are awfully expensive in terms of delta-V, plus there are quite a few strange tricks to save up on that expense (including both a Moon flyby and atmospheric entry with wings...)
How is the maneuver performed typically, in case of GEO insertions though? Where? Which engines/stages are used? What's the typical delta-V?