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“Dassault addressed the connectivity options for the entire aircraft – this is more than cabin connectivity. This is a solution for high speed and low speed connectivity for the cabin and cockpit – a whole aircraft solution,” said Villa.


Announced at EBACE, FalconConnect, a partnership with Honeywell/GoDirect, is designed to make connectivity as straightforward and easy as possible for operators, crews and passengers alike. A dedicated web portal, data consumption trends, billing history, and specialized service management tools guarantee fingertip access to onboard usage. A dedicated 24/7 customer support line addresses all commercial, technical, service activation and hardware troubleshooting issues, ensuring a single point of contact at all times.


“Dassault Aviation believes that the future of business aviation lies in simplified and reliable global connectivity,” said Olivier Villa, executive vice president for Dassault’s civil aviation division. “We’ve simplified a process that was once byzantine and frustrating for our customers and introduced the most advanced and reliable connectivity hardware in business aviation.”


CONNECTIVITY PACKAGES FOR EVERY NEED


FalconConnect offers a selection of all-in-one competitively priced packages designed to fit the requirements of each operator. Offerings include classic and high speed cabin internet (voice, VOIP, e-mail, streaming, video conferencing), cockpit safety links (FANS, ACARS, ATC), standard ground communications and a wide range of value added services designed to maximize data control, knowledge and minimize costs.


“Dassault addressed the connectivity options for the entire aircraft – this is more than cabin connectivity. This is a solution for high speed and low speed connectivity for the cabin and cockpit – a whole aircraft solution,” said Villa.


The new service matches current Falcon fleet configuration requirements, including multiple networks, grou communications (3G/4G and WiFi) and K satellite systems, providing for


und Ka, Ku and L band r automatic handover between networks to ensure fulll high speed data coverage at all times.


To further enhance flexibility, FalconConnect includes additional features such as optimized data filtering ncin


g services,


connected devices management and geo-fen ng advisories. And to help users with different typ service makes it easy to change f


pes of operations, the from company to per flight, per tail, or per device billing, via voucher or credit card.


When it comes to getting connected and staying connected anywhere in the world, Dassault now offers the definitive solution: Ka-band technology which is already being installed as an option for owners of current production aircraft – the Falcon 900LX, Falcon 7X and the new flagship Falcon 8


e 8X.


“In a recent survey, a majority of busin their most important asset was


The J ness jjet travelers said s time, measured by instant


and complete access to the world through the high-speed broadband conne


ectivity,” continued Villa. JetWave antenna and hardware enables Inmarsat’s high-


speed Jet Xpress ConneX service, allowing passengers to enjoy video streaming, phone calls, music and movie downloads, access to private company networks, online shopping and more. Data transfer rates are available up to 6 Mbps and the Maximum Information Rate (MIR) is 15 Mbps. All this is through one worldwide network with significantly fewer signal drops than any other connectivity se oceans. Honeywell’s Ka-band JetWa


ervice, even over ave technology allows global footprint connectivity, with the exception of the polar regions.


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