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AES Global to provide cabin connectivity upgrade programmes

Posted 6 February 2019 · Add Comment

Braintree based aerospace design and certification organisation, Aerospace Engineering Solutions (AES Global), has extended its cabin connectivity upgrade packages to include business jets.


 
Under the company’s EASA Part 21J approval, AES Global has recently completed Minor avionic modification installations on Bombardier Global 5000, Bombardier Global Express, Bombardier Challenger CL605 and Boeing BBJ aircraft types.
 
In cooperation with ALAMO Engineering, AES Global was responsible for the engineering, design and certification of the cabin connectivity upgrade programs including SDR Gateway Upgrade, ADR-2200 WIFI/4G-LTE Router upgrade and STAGE Media Server Unit upgrade.
 
Anton Heissig, Director and Head of Design for Aerospace Engineering Solutions said: “AES Global are pleased to be working with our partner company ALAMO Engineering to provide a turnkey solution. In an age where connectivity is everything, we offer a cost-effective upgrade to our business customers.”
 

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