Anderson Air selects EMS Aviation communications system


Company chooses Aspire 200 LG inflight communications systems for Cessna Sovereign executive jet

Anderson Air Cessna SovereignEMS Aviation has announced that Anderson Air
of Vancouver has selected the Aspire 200 LG airborne communications system for
its Cessna Sovereign aircraft. Anderson Air operates the aircraft for a
Canadian company.

“Interest in our Aspire product line from
aircraft operators, OEMs and our dealer network continues to ramp-up,” said
John Jarrell, vice president and general manager, EMS Aviation. “EMS has been delivering satellite communications systems
for more than 20 years, and in that time we’ve learned that flexibility, ease
of installation and ability to upgrade are what drive system selection. We are
extremely pleased to work with Anderson Air to provide their customer with our
best-in-class in-flight connectivity system.”

“Connectivity has become an essential part
of our flight operations, and passengers expect to be able to make a call and
have Internet access while in-flight,” says general manager David Anderson,
Anderson Air. “In this particular case, the company flies regularly to South
America and Europe and needs voice and data
contact during the long flights. We selected the Aspire solution because it
fits our own and our customer’s requirements and it also offers an easy upgrade
path to even greater bandwidth if needed.”