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Kros-Wise Launches New Airline IFC Consulting Service

By | September 19, 2018
In-flight connectivity. Photo: ViaSat.

In-flight connectivity. Photo: ViaSat

Kros-Wise Aviation Group launched a unique, new service to help airlines make better and faster decisions on connectivity systems and service. With Connectivity Assist, Kros-Wise Aviation provides a team to assist airline customers with deciding which suppliers of aircraft connectivity equipment and services are best suited to their specific requirements.

In-flight connectivity (IFC) has emerged onto the international airline scene over the past decade, and in that time it has had a major effect on the industry from a technical, financial, and social perspective. Passengers have become accustomed to having the ability to remain connected while flying, and as a result, airlines around the world have been rushing to install IFC systems.

“Our new Connectivity Assist process provides a simple, fast, and cost-effective way for airlines to augment their expertise on a short-term basis and ensure that they obtain the maximum benefit from their substantial IFC investment,” said Kros-Wise Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Lily Aragon. “We brought together the top experts in the IFC industry, and worked hard to develop a process that ensures that the airline avoids any nasty ‘surprises,’ while allowing them to optimize expenditures and increase passenger satisfaction.”