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ARINC Cabin ConnectToday we are focusing on the brilliant facility of the Cabin Connect Suite offered from ARINC for both passengers and air crew. Cabin Connect has next generation connectivity and enhanced bandwidth provided by a partnership between ARINC and SwiftBroadband.

SwiftBroadband is one of the best, maximum cost effective, global, packet switched satellite communications networks available today. With a combined aviation experience of over 100 years airlines can make the most of the technical expertise of two industry leaders, ARINC and Inmarsat SwiftBroadband.

With ARINC’s Cabin Connect Solution passengers can surf the internet using their own electronic devices which can promote passenger loyalty to your services. In turn Cabin Crew can become more efficient by offering a better level of customer service by using ARINC’s AirCrew Connect. For those key passengers, Cabin crew can now act as a concierge service.  They would be able to remedy customer service issues straight away by having a direct link back to the head office, or ground team whilst in flight and experience an increase in operational the efficiencies.

For additional information please visit: cabinconnect.aero

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This year it is Moscow-based Vnukovo 3 aviation terminal hosting the Jet Expo 2012, featuring some 100 companies from 27 countries.

Today’s trend in the market is high-pace development, especially taking into account that most jets are now used not to fly their owners on holidays but to business meetings, deal signings or large corporation inspections.

Jet Expo 2012

Photo: AFP

The Jet Expo showcases aircraft with great versatility and design. Bombardier, who have been operating in Russia for a long time, and consider the country a vital and key market brought four of its new business jets.

Italy’s Piaggio Aero is showcasing its new Piaggio P180Avanti twin-engine turboprop aircraft with a Ferrai logo which is often called Aero Ferrari.

158 business jets are registered in Russia and experts predict 525 jets to be imported up to 2020, while in 2021-2030 the number of jets is forecast to reach 1,700 machines.

Whilst looking at various business aviation products I came across a service from ARINC Direct that allows pilots to use mobile devices to access flight planning services – ARINC Direct Mobile. Pilots are able to manage most of the flight planning without a computer. They can create, amend or cancel a flight plan as well as send messages to and fro from the aircraft with the reliability we would insist on.

Mobile Flight Planning Solutions

With these mobile devices pilots have access to real time text and graphic weather reports, are able to order fuel, have radar and have access to airport information -getting the most up to date information available for flight planning.

ARINC Direct Business Aviation Solutions is known world over to be the most capable company in the industry to provide private jet owners and operators with a level of innovation, technology and service. We can rest assured when we use the services from ARINC Direct for passenger & crew communications and flight support services of a first class service.

For more info:  business-flight-support.com