First Aircell cabin media server installed on business jet
Jet Aviation St. Louis completes industry’s first installation of Aircell UCS 5000 cabin media server.
Jet Aviation St. Louis has completed the industry’s first aftermarket installation of an Aircell UCS 5000 in a Bombardier Global aircraft.
Jet Aviation St. Louis was the first to sign a customer for the new installation and immediately had additional customers ready to schedule installations.
Blake Hogge, senior manager, Avionics Sales, Jet Aviation St. Louis said: “The avionics team at Jet Aviation St. Louis remains ahead of the curve in providing our customers with the latest upgrades in entertainment and avionics systems. We continue to be among industry leaders in new technology and as a one-stop shop for MRO and upgrades.”
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The new Aircell UCS 5000 allows content to be played in the cabin on personal tablets or laptops. It enables Gogo Vision capability for playing on-demand movies, TV and news, as well as flight information and destination weather.