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Standardaero Completes Stc To Install Jetwave On Challenger 600 Series Aircraft | Honeywell Aerospace

StandardAero Completes STC To Install JetWave on Challenger 600 Series Aircraft

Honeywell Channel Partner StandardAero has completed the supplemental type certificate (STC) certifying them to install Honeywell’s premier in-flight connectivity solution hardware, JetWave in the Challenger 600 Series aircraft. This means that Bombardier Challenger 600 Series operators seeking to upgrade their in-flight Wi-Fi experience are now able to install Honeywell’s breakthrough Ka-band satellite communications system.

“Connectivity solutions that provide fast, reliable service and aligns coverage and cost with end users’ needs is critical to mission success in business aviation. StandardAero is committed to providing solutions that enhance the user experience,” said Jerry Sanders Director of Avionics Programs at StandardAero.

JetWave offers passengers access to in-flight Wi-Fi that is as fast and reliable as the connection they experience on the ground anywhere they travel, even on transoceanic flights. Powered by Inmarsat’s fast and reliable Jet ConneX service, JetWave keeps business aircraft passengers productive and entertained throughout their flight at speeds up to 15 megabits per second thanks to seamless, rapid handover between satellites.

Jet ConneX Current Global Coverage Map

Earlier in 2018, StandardAero also completed a JetWave STC for the Bombardier Global Express, Global 5000 and Global 6000 aircraft.

For more information on upgrading your Challenger 600 Series aircraft, or to receive a quote, contact StandardAero today.