Wi-Fi And Broadband Solutions For Aircraft


Bombardier teams with Panasonic to offer inflight global connectivity

Bombardier Aerospace has installed satellite-based Ku-band antenna on CSeries flight test vehicle one.  This installation will offer inflight global connectivity as a line-fit option for the first time on a single-aisle aircraft. The Panasonic eXConnect system allows operators of the CSeries aircraft to provide passengers with a wide range of connectivity solutions including internet browsing, incoming and outgoing email, mobile telephony as well as live television content from both satellite or ground reception.

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Associated Air Center receives Wi-Fi STC approval for Boeing 737 VVIP Aircraft

Associated Air Center, StandardAero’s large transport category VIP completion center in Dallas, has received STC approval for multiple Wi-Fi solutions for the satcom direct router. This router is applicable for Boeing  737-300, -400, -500, -600, -700, -800, -900, and -900 ER series aircraft.

Greenwich Aerogroup signs new dealer for LiveAero

Greenwich AeroGroup signed Navicom Aviation, an avionics systems and flight-following solution provider to the Japanese market for LiveAero Broadband SARCOM systems. LiveAero is a fixed wing and rotocraft data broadband solution for passengers requiring smartphone, tablet or laptop connectivity. 

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