FAA Chooses Blue Sky Network for Boeing 757 Aircraft
LA JOLLA, Calif. - Blue Sky Network, the global satellite logistics solution provider for two-way linking and managing remote transportation assets, has announced it has received a Supplemental Type Certificate for installation of its equipment on commercial Boeing 757 aircraft from the Federal Aviation Administration. Using the certified Blue Sky Network Iridium-based data and voice equipment, operators and managers can enhance logistical opportunities of their Boeing 757 aircraft and view their location at anytime, from anywhere in the world.
The Blue Sky Network satellite communications equipment gives airlines and fleet-operators two-way communications capabilities, which allows them to manage and easily communicate with all their aviation assets. Additionally, those on the ground can use Blue Sky Network’s online web portal, SkyRouter, for global tracking and event management from anywhere they have Internet access.
“We are proud that our equipment has met the rigorous Part 25 STC requirements and process,” said Jon Gilbert, president for Blue Sky Network. “As we continue to increase the number of certifications we received, aircraft owners will have a sense of security knowing Blue Sky Network equipment will provide them with the enormous value of satellite messaging, voice communications and flight tracking.”
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