Paris 2011: Aeroconseil Provides Connections

Paris Air Show » 2011
June 20, 2011, 8:12 PM

Aeroconseil (Stand 126, Hall B2), a provider of aeronautical engineering and air transport services, is making its second appearance at Le Bourget. This year it is demonstrating a system for the rapid prototyping of avionics suites, another for optimizing aircraft fuel consumption and its solution for integrating onboard mobile telephones and the Internet.

The French company’s activities cover the entire life cycle of an aircraft, from initial design to operational life, including conversions.

In association with Swiss connectivity company OnAir, Aeroconseil is about to begin fitting out 19 Singapore Airlines Boeing 777s with onboard GSM and Wi-Fi technology. In January it was awarded a contract by Corsairfly to work with Zodiac Aerospace to provide cabin upgrades to the airline’s Boeing 747-400s and Airbus A330-200s.

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