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Comlux offers WiFi STC for Bombardier CL300 series

Comlux Completion.

Comlux Completion.

Comlux Completion, the completion and service centre in Indianapolis approved by Airbus, Boeing and Bombardier, has been awarded a WiFi Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) ST04290CH on the Bombardier CL300 Series aircraft for the Gogo AVANCE L5 system.

The WiFi STC for the Bombardier CL300 Series aircraft is a Gogo AVANCE system that provides 4G air-to-ground (ATG) in-flight connectivity.

It also features video and audio streaming and Gogo Vision on-demand movies.

Gogo AVANCE allows users to connect multiple devices and stay in contact using Gogo Talk and Text.

Scott Meyer, CEO of Comlux Completion, said: “Comlux has accomplished two installations and activations for the Gogo WLAN system installation and we expect interest to continue to grow.

“The STC is currently for the Challenger 300 series aircraft and we also plan to add the Global XRS very soon for business booked that brings us aircraft inductions later this year.

“Comlux has been a Bombardier Authorized Service Facility (BASF) for both Challenger and Global Aircraft since 2009, this brings more opportunity for our clients to leverage their maintenance event to ensure all their operational needs are met.

“The client experience is in the cabin and with our fully integrated production and engineering departments we can refresh or modernise any of the cabin systems or furnishings to extend the life of the asset for the client,” he said.

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Comlux offers WiFi STC for Bombardier CL300 series was last modified: April 18th, 2018 by Steve Nichols
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