AMAC Aerospace is preparing to install a Gogo 2Ku in-flight system on widebody aircraft on behalf of an undisclosed customer.
The system comprises two antennas, one for the forward link, which transmits data to the aircraft, and another antenna for the return link, which receives the data.
In addition, a Boeing BBJ737 will be equipped with a Ka-band antenna and will undergo a due maintenance.
“We realise that a perfect onboard connectivity is very important for our customers. With our existing STC capabilities, we are happy to offer our customers an incomparable and high-speed internet experience on their aircraft”, said Eric Hoegen, Director Completion Sales & Key Account Management.
In October, AMAC was selected to carry out a Pre-Purchase Inspection (‘PPI’) on two privately-owned Bombardier Global 6000s. AMAC also won a project for a 24-month inspection on a Bombardier Challenger 300 in September. The customer commissioned AMAC to perform multiple cabin interior work on the privately-owned aircraft.