04 Feb 2017

The future of connected aviation

Agenda-setting, industry-disrupting and standard-raising – Inmarsat represents the past, present and future of aviation connectivity. Passengers and air travel operators alike have reaped the benefits of our services for decades and, thanks to a number of new technological developments, our offering is now stronger than ever. 

The mobile satellite company

For over 30 years, Inmarsat’s satcom services have been developed to serve customers on the move. We have an unrivalled understanding of the particular technical requirements of mobile customers, and have built a proprietary network to deliver for them, whether in the aviation industry, the maritime sector, or working with enterprise, governments and emergency and relief organisations. 

Aviation connectivity experts

More airlines rely on Inmarsat’s connectivity services than any other provider. We connect over 90% of the world’s long haul commercial aviation traffic – over 16,000 aircraft. We’re also the leading provider for the business aviation sector. Inmarsat has been a key member of the aviation community for over 25 years, and an important partner of aviation authorities worldwide.

Airline-shaped broadband

Unlike competitors, Inmarsat has developed a wholly owned connectivity network specifically engineered to meet the needs of aviation customers and their passengers. Global Xpress, the world’s first truly global Ka-band network, provides a foundation layer of highly efficient spot beam coverage worldwide. Then GX’s unique steerable beams add and redirect capacity precisely where airlines need it most, across the busiest flight routes and airline hubs. And because every airline has its own priorities, our services can be customised to meet specific operational needs.

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