Posted on: 20 March 2019 by Alexander Preston
Aircom Pacific, a wholly owned subsidiary of Aerkomm is to provide its AERKOMM K++ in-flight entertainment and connectivity system to Austrian business aviation operator MJet.
Under the terms of the Agreement, Aircom will provide, install, and test its AERKOMM K++ IFEC system on MJet’s Airbus ACJ319 aircraft. Aircom will also seek certification for its system from the relevant regulatory parties. Upon successful installation, testing, and certification, Aircom will receive a one-time payment from MJet. The one-time payment will be followed by ongoing monthly payments for the provision of in-flight connectivity services, such as the provision of unlimited data to inflight users of the AERKOMM K++ service.
Jeffrey Wun, CEO of Aerkomm, commented: “This agreement marks the beginning of the AERKOMM K++ IFEC system’s commercial entrance into Europe. As our AERKOMM K++ system continues to gain recognition around the world, we are confident that we will build additional momentum for its commercialisation.”