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Sky Prime Aviation Services sign contract with AMAC Aerospace

Posted 7 December 2016 · Add Comment

Sky Prime Aviation Services has chosen AMAC Aerospace to install KA-band satellite, Ku- band satellite and live TV streaming connectivity for the Cabins in some selected aircraft from within its fleet.

The latest additions to Sky Prime’s fleet will have access to high-speed in-flight connectivity service enabling VIP business jet passengers to stay connected at 40,000 feet with an ‘office in the sky’ experience. Wholly designed by AMAC’s professional engineering in-house team.

By enhancing the connectivity in the fleet’s cabins will give rise to increase the opportunities to Sky Prime’s fleet and Sky Prime passengers where they can enjoy live TV streaming and conduct mobile functions for both social and professional usage, videoconferences, transfer large files, surf the net and use popular services such as Netflix, FaceTime and Skype — while traveling anywhere in the world, with ease and comfort.

AMAC Aerospace Cabin Connectivity services — a suite of services and mobile applications that helps operators manage their connectivity network — will help to ensure Sky Prime’s flight crews and maintenance teams have all the information they need to optimize the airplane’s connectivity network.

“Access to ultra-high speed, KA,  KU Band and High speed live TV is consistent and reliable, which is crucial for private aviation firms. VIP business aviation passengers demand connectivity and comfort whenever they fly and need their online services to work as seamlessly in the air as they do on the ground.” said  Kadri Muhiddin, Group executive chairman & chief executive officer, AMAC Aerospace. “AMAC has works closely with Sky Prime, supporting its fleet and operations through our aftermarket and technical services, and we are pleased to extend this support to their next-generation aircraft offering full connectivity.” said Bernd Schramm, group chief operating officer, AMAC Aerospace.

“Sky Prime is committed to providing best-in-class VIP private aviation services for our customers. We are looking forward to meet and exceed our customers’ expectations and being connected to web services and office application is an important need for our customers, therefore we invested in upgrading our fleet with latest technologies which allow the VIP passengers to stay connected during the long hours of flights. We recognise the high importance of connectivity for the passenger experience and flight operations,” said Salem Al Muzaini Sky Prime CEO. “We look forward to working further with AMAC Aerospace as we continue to enhance the capabilities and the high standards of service onboard our fleet of aircraft, to ensure our passengers enjoy reliable in-flight Wi-Fi and flight operations, which are reliable and efficient and remain as a testament to who Sky Prime Aviation are with regard to their extensive client list.”

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