Exceptional business aviation connectivity for today and tomorrow
Powered by Viasat’s game-changing technology and network designed to meet evolving needs.
From email and VPN to video streaming and conferencing, Viasat ensures business applications are available while you are traveling, so important business doesn’t have to wait. Our business aviation services offer three in-flight connectivity (IFC) solutions, and the ideal service depends on your passengers’ needs and the routes you fly.
VIASAT KA-BAND HAS REMOVED THE SPEED LIMITS
Viasat is redefining in-flight internet for business jets with our “no speed limits¹” Ka-band solution. We have removed the speed limits on our Ka-band service so you can get the same internet in flight as you do in the office and enjoy high speeds typically greater than 20 Mbps² for game-changing in-flight connectivity. See how we are “popping the lid off high-speed data”:
STAY CONNECTED GLOBALLY
Looking for a reliable, affordable connectivity solution offering near-global coverage? Viasat’s Ku-Advanced solution is the way to go.
Global Ku-Advanced solution and system overview
POWERFUL PRIVATE JET WI-FI INTERNET SOLUTION
Viasat’s Dual-band solution brings a powerful internet solution to private jets.
Experience the best of both worlds with a terminal perfectly suited for large cabin aircraft.
Dual-band business jet connectivity solution service and system overview
Viasat built a satellite system to meet demands for tomorrow’s internet experience. Today’s Viasat Ka-band equipment is made to work with future advanced satellites. As data needs grow and evolve, Viasat’s game-changing technology will provide enhanced in-flight experiences now and tomorrow with today’s solutions.
Connect with us today by email to find out which Viasat business aviation connectivity platform is right for you. You can also try our quick five-question Solution Finder to get you started.
¹ - “No speed limits” means that there is no cap set on the speed delivered to a terminal. Speeds may still be limited by terminal equipment capabilities, network and environmental conditions, and other factors.
² - “Typical” speeds are the speeds a terminal should usually experience under normal network and environmental conditions. Speeds are not guaranteed and will vary.