Dassault chooses Honeywell Aspire 350 for Falcon fleet

July 18, 2023
The satellite communications system gained Iridium certification in May, Julie Boatman writes for Flying.

PHOENIX - Dassault Aviation has chosen the Honeywell Aspire 350 satellite communications system to upgrade connectivity on its fleet of Falcon models, Julie Boatman writes for FlyingContinue reading original article.

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18 July 2023 - Boatman writes that "The Aspire 350 is intended for both forward-fit by the aircraft manufacturer and retrofit on the Falcon F900 and F2000 series, as well as the Falcon 7X, 8X, and upcoming Falcon 6X and 10X.The Aspire 350 targets installation on business jets as well as commercial transport category aircraft and helicopters. It is designed to provide seamless connectivity around the globe—and be easy to install."

Aspire 350 enables pilots to maintain up-to-date information throughout their flight path, and operators experience global, seamless high-speed connectivity in a small, lightweight solution. The Aspire 350 provides an integrated cockpit and cabin connectivity experience for pilots and passengers.

Utilizing the Iridium NEXT satellite constellation, Aspire 350 brings greater reliability, cost savings and efficiency to aircraft operations from pole-to-pole. The Iridium network system provides cockpit safety services for pilot operations, while also providing up to 700 Kbps cabin internet connectivity for passenger productivity.

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Jamie Whitney, Senior Editor
Military + Aerospace Electronics

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