TETERBORO, N.J. 16 Sept. 2012. The charter group of Meridian Companies at Teterboro Airport, N.J., has deployed Aviator 200 airborne broadband system aboard its 16-passenger Gulfstream IV business jet, the largest-capacity business jet in the Meridian fleet.
Aviator 200, manufactured by Thrane & Thrane, enables pilots and passengers aboard the Meridian Gulfstream IV to stay connected and productive with voice and data services.
Aviator 200 has a wide range of embedded features that enable passengers to access the Internet while in-flight and make telephone calls using Voice over IP (VoIP) applications via Wi-Fi enabled devices, including Android phones and tablets, iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, and laptop computers.
The system uses Inmarsat satellite communications services that provide coverage over land and sea, unlike other aviation broadband systems that only work over land, Meridian officials say.
Meridian is a full-service, private aviation company outside of New York that offers aircraft management, aircraft maintenance, air charter, executive terminal and fixed-base operator (FBO) services.
For more information contact Meridian online at www.meridian.aero.
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