Aircell is now offering the ATG 2000, a new equipment package that provides Gogo Biz in-flight Internet and voice services at an “affordable” price aboard aircraft with fewer users or lighter passenger loads, such as light jets and turboprops. The $57,000 (without installation) system allows for web browsing and e-mail for up to three devices at a time, as well as optional voice service with up to two simultaneous calls. It is also compatible with Gogo’s new Text & Talk service, in addition to the Gogo OnePhone cabin handset.
Deliveries of the first RCOM-100 satphone equipment, designed for use with the Globalstar Satellite system, will begin this November, Arnav Systems announced at NBAA 2002. As detailed at the Puyallup, Wash. company’s exhibit (Booth No.
Aeronautical communications systems provider International Communications Group (Booth No. 3705) is here at NBAA’07 showing its upgraded its Sigma 7 retractor reel handset. For improved functionality in low-light conditions, the telephones will now feature a backlit keypad and LCD display. The new handset operates with all models of ICG’s cabin CTUs and Iridium systems.
International Communications Group (Booth No. 1447) is making it easier to reach out and touch someone. The Newport News, Va. company says its latest system, the AeroCom 1100 cabin telecommunications unit (CTU), provides an automated, integrated package that supports telephone, fax and data services for small to medium-sized business jets.