It’s No Surprise That Inflight Wi-Fi Is Getting Better

November 3, 2016 | Author: Jenna Rodriguez


Not so long ago, connecting to the internet while airborne could guarantee some unpleasant surprises at the end of the month. Service plans from providers who charge by the amount of data used frequently generated bills that were in the thousands of dollars per flight! In a world where every device wants to connect to the internet, it became easy to inadvertently rack up unwanted charges.

That’s all changed with the BendixKing AeroWave 100 for general aviation aircraft. AeroWave is revolutionary because you are billed for hours of use, not the amount of data used, so no more nasty surprises at the end of the month. In fact, with pre-paid plans as low as $40 per hour of use, you can send and receive emails, stay connected with your business while airborne, check the weather anywhere in the world, make voice calls, instant message, use apps, chat online and more, without having to worry about data usage or whose device is connected.

AeroWave works all over the globe, at any altitude, and an added benefit is that it uses the smallest active gain antenna available which makes for a low profile installation even on smaller airframes. Plus there are optional Wi-Fi routers which support data and voice calls using your own smartphone. So go ahead and stay connected in flight. We’ve taken the surprise out of it.

Jenna Rodriguez

Jenna Rodriguez

Jenna Rodriguez is a Digital Marketing Communications Specialist at Honeywell Aerospace. She specializes in visual communications through, but not limited to, design, branding and video production.

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