SmartSky adds to installation partner network


Brunswick Aviation Services has been announced as a new sales and installation partner for air-to-ground (ATG) inflight connectivity provider SmartSky Networks’ next-generation hardware.

Brunswick Aviation Services, an MRO based in Pennsylvania, now offers SmartSky solutions to aircraft owners, operators and fleets looking to upgrade from legacy ATG systems, complement their satcom systems or add connectivity to their aircraft.

“Brunswick Aviation Services is committed to providing the most effective technologies for our clients’ aircraft, tailored to their mission requirements,” said Per Person, president and CEO of Brunswick Aviation Services. “SmartSky’s inflight connectivity offers a viable alternative for operators needing high capacity for data over a domestic coverage footprint. We look forward to making the SmartSky option available to our customers through this partnership.”

Brunswick is an FAA Part 145 certified repair station headquartered at the Lehigh Valley International Airport (KABE) in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

“Brunswick Aviation’s reputation for technical problem solving makes them a great fit to partner with SmartSky to continue raising the bar for inflight performance,” said Aria Bahawdory, director of MRO account management for SmartSky. “With their significant experience installing and supporting communications systems and other avionics modifications, Brunswick’s expertise is an invaluable asset to SmartSky’s continued efforts to equip business aircraft with unmatched connectivity nationwide – as a replacement for outdated technology, to newly connected aircraft or as a complement to satcom-equipped jets for domestic flights.”

SmartSky has STCs available for thousands of in-service aircraft.

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