Zetta Jet adds Global 6000 with new CMS and Ka-band internet


An additional Bombardier Global 6000 has joined Zetta Jet’s all-Global fleet. The Singapore-based charter provider will operate the aircraft out of its North America hub in Los Angeles, California. It is the first Bombardier jet to feature the latest CMS and Ka-band internet connectivity.

Bombardier’s new CMS is based on fiber-optic architecture. Bombardier took Rockwell Collins’ Venue system and customized it with a unique interface designed for enhanced flexibility. The system enables passengers to access work and entertainment content, flight maps and cabin settings immediately. The key cabin controls are accessible in a single click.

A dedicated media bay with multiple HDMI and USB ports provides the flexibility to connect multiple consumer electronic devices.

The Ka-band internet connectivity system on Zetta Jet’s latest Global provides worldwide service. Users can stream content straight to HD monitors.

October 5, 2016

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