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NBAA: Hadid announces partnership with Satcom Direct

Posted 20 October 2014 · Add Comment

Dubai headquartered flight support company, Hadid is to partner with Satcom Direct to jointly offer flight planning, aircraft datalink, flight-following and international trip support services.

WIth the datalink service fully compatible with all avionics and airframe manufacturers, Hadid announced the partnership at NBAA as “a revolutionary benefit to the 24/7 team of professional and certified Hadid dispatchers using high tech industry-standard flight systems to ensure the smoothest flight planning and tracking.”
In a statement Hadid said it has turned its focus to a higher level of support service, with extra care for business aviation flights and expanding its global presence farther bringing the company’s global footprint to a total of 19 offices.
“With Satcom Direct and Hadid International Services being industry leaders in their respective fields, a partnership made absolute logic”, Hadid CEO Mohammad Abu Libdeh,(Pictured right)  said.
This partnership ensures Hadid’s flexible FlightDeck Freedom datalink packages meet burgeoning avionics requirements by providing a multitude of data options, mobile capability and an open vendor architecture.
Aircraft crew are able to see flight-critical data in real time all thanks to the datalink service. The FlightDeck Freedom package is the only datalink service that integrates flight deck and cabin communications. Hadid customers will now have the freedom to uplink their flight plans ensuring that pilots, passengers and VIPs experience reliable communication from nose to tail with crews able to access digital ATIS, airport weather, enroute winds, graphical weather, flight plan uploads, pre-departure clearances, oceanic clearances and email messaging to/from the aircraft.
 

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