January 14, 2015

Avionica CEO Sees GA, Rotocraft Presenting New Satcom Opportunities

Woodrow Bellamy III 

[Avionics Today 01-14-2015] Avionica is looking to take its latest satellite communications system, the satLINK MAX, to new segments of air transportation including rotorcraft and General Aviation (GA) — markets the company feels have previously not provided opportunities for satcom applications. After announcing United Airlines as the launch customer for the satLINK Max satellite communications system last year, Avionica CEO Raul Segredo says these two new markets will be receptive to their...

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