Satellite Internet for Small Aircraft, Helicopters & Ultralights
General aviation is one of the two categories of civil aviation. Is referring to all flights that are not included in military aviation and commercial aviation regular transport.
The general aviation flights range from gliders and paragliders to flights of no regularly scheduled freighters. As a result, most of the flights in the world fall into this category and most of the world's airports serve general aviation only.
In the United States there are approximately 17.300 public airports, of which no more than three hundred airports are controlled locally ATC, only 600 airports are operated by regular commercial aviation transport, the remaining serve general aviation exclusively.
According to the Association of Aircraft Owners and Pilots (AOPA) U.S. general aviation provides over 1 percent of U.S. GDP, generating 1,3 million jobs in manufacturing and professional services. In a country like Colombia represents general aviation 75% of civil aviation.
General aviation includes a long list of uses, such as sport aviation, ultralight, particularly corporate, non-scheduled cargo, air taxi, air ambulance, flight schools, aviation workshops, aeronautics, aerial photography, rescue, extinguishing fires, agriculture and others.
Basic Air Nassat
Basic NASSAT AIR is a satellite-based solution that lets you use your laptop, PDA or SmartPhone to securely login to your corporate network, connect with SkyVector, data transfer and send / receive email.
It can also be used to surf the Internet or simply making phone calls. Basic NASSAT AIR is a next generation aeronautical service of LEO spacecraft designed to deliver voice and data to be global or regional board everything you have in your office, at home or in the control center.
Optionally available is the possibility of live streaming of your flights.