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High-speed Wi-Fi to business jet passengers in Turkey

Posted 3 June 2020 · Add Comment

Honeywell and MNG Jet have installed Honeywell’s JetWave satellite communications hardware on an MNG Jet Bombardier Challenger 605 to Turkey.

 

The satellite communications installation enables high-speed cabin Wi-Fi, via Inmarsat’s Jet ConneX service, for a better passenger connectivity experience. Additionally, it provides pilots with a better internet connection to support flight planning and management.

 

“MNG Jet is committed to delivering a high-quality and reliable service to its customers,” said Can Şaşmaz, general manager, MNG Jet. “We understand that in-flight connectivity is of paramount importance to both passengers and operators. We selected Honeywell’s JetWave to provide our customers with an exceptional connectivity – one that offers passengers consistent, high-speed wireless connectivity, virtually anywhere in the world.”

 

Honeywell’s JetWave hardware enables a connection to the fastest broadband available in business aviation.

 

“Honeywell is renowned for its superior connectivity solutions, such as our JetWave hardware,” said Serdar Cetingul, leader for Turkey and Central Eastern Europe, Honeywell Aerospace. “Following this successful installation, we look forward to seeing more business jet operators in Turkey reaping the rewards of high-speed, reliable in-flight connectivity. We have a long history working with MNG Jet as one of our channel partners, and its ability to provide similar future installations of JetWave in Turkey will reduce the need for aircraft operators to travel long distances to upgrade their aircraft.”

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