EBACE 2011: Comlux Offers Onair Telephone Smartphone Connectivity

EBACE Convention News » 2011
May 18, 2011, 8:51 AM

OnAir (Stand 1635) is installing its Mobile OnAir connectivity system in Comlux’s Airbus ACJ319. The system will allow passengers to use their mobile phones and smartphones in flight, when the aircraft enters service in January next year. The service enables calls, text messages, email and Internet surfing. Usage is billed by the passenger’s mobile operator.

The ACJ319 will be Comlux’s second equipped jet, as the operator’s A320 Prestige entered into service with OnAir’s system this month. Based in Geneva, OnAir says it has more than 35 customers for its connectivity systems.

Meanwhile, clients of local charter operator Dasnail will be able to stay connected in flight when Mobile OnAir is installed later this year in its Dassault Falcon 7X.

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