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Honeywell signs agreement with Arab Wings and Gulf Wings

Posted 7 December 2016 · Add Comment

Honeywell has signed an agreement with Arab Wings and Gulf Wings, both part of the International Wings Group to provide its full suite of GoDirect cabin and cockpit in-flight connectivity services on more than 20 aircraft.

The technologies will enhance crew and passenger productivity, enabling them to stay connected via in-flight Wi-Fi while travelling.  

With Honeywell’s GoDirect portal, Jordan-based Arab Wings and the UAE’s Gulf Wings will be able to track data usage across every aircraft, providing operators with real-time information.

As part of the agreement, Honeywell will provide worldwide VHF and satellite datalinks.

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