LuxStream Part I: Inflight Connectivity For The Elite Traveller
When Christopher Bing was 6 years old he built his own airport out of plywood and shoeboxes. Now a pilot for Raytheon Technologies, he spends his working days flying rockstars, athletes and CEOs across the globe. But customer service as a private pilot isn’t just about landing on-time and adequate luggage allowance. It's also about ensuring inflight connectivity is as seamless in the air as on the ground.
SES partners, Collins Aerospace explain why LuxStream is needed in the private aviation industry; a service which enables the business jet to become an extension of passengers’ home and corporate networks, allowing them to access the same services, applications, and entertainment in the air as they do on the ground—wherever they fly.
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