JetCorp gains STC for Learjet 60 WiFi


JetCorp Technical Services has been awarded an STC for the Aircell cabin telecommunications router on a Learjet 60

JetCorp Technical Services,
a subsidiary of Flying Colours, has been awarded a Supplemental Type Certificate
for the Aircell Cabin Telecommunications Router (CTR) on a Learjet 60. The
system can be used on lap tops, tablets, and even smart phones enabling
passengers to surf the internet, retrieve and answer email with attachments, and
access their corporate VPN.

Following hard on the heels
of the first installation resulting in the STC, a second Learjet 60 has had the
Aircell CTR installed and a further five Learjet 60s are in the pipeline.

“We are working hard to
develop our capacity to be one of the America’s
leading Wi-Fi installation facilities,” says Kevin Kliethermes, director of sales
at the St Louis
facility, where they have experienced a growing demand for expanded
communication solutions.

“The Learjet 60 is a very
popular aircraft type in the North American region particularly within the
corporate community where always-on connectivity is so important. The new STC
goes one step further to support this market and is one of the reasons we are
very pleased to now offer this option,” continues Kliethermes.