Elliott Aviation is pursuing STCs for Aircell’s new ATG 2000 broadband system in the Hawker 800/850/900, Phenom 300, King Air 350 and King Air B200/B200GT. It hopes to have the approval in hand by next year’s first quarter. The Aircell ATG 2000 is a cabin broadband wireless system aimed at midsize and light jets and turboprops. It allows passengers to connect to the Internet on their laptops, smartphones and tablets. In addition to Internet, voice service is available on either Gogo OnePhone cabin handsets or on personal devices via the Gogo Text & Talk service.
Elliott Aviation Pursuing Broadband Wi-Fi STCs
- October 9, 2013, 9:55 AM