Using your phone inflight is really taking off…. For many busy holidaymakers and business travellers staying in touch with friends, family and colleagues during a flight is important, but what a lot of people don’t realise is now you can. Passengers onboard an AeroMobile connected aircraft can use their mobile phones inflight to call,… Read more
Aeromobile at a glance
AeroMobile Communications Limited is a UK-based mobile service provider for the aviation industry. AeroMobile provides world class, proven, technology and services that enable airline passengers to use their own mobile phones for voice, texting and mobile data whilst inflight.
As part of the Panasonic Group’s Global Communication Suite, AeroMobile’s services are available for installation either at the point of aircraft manufacture (line fit) or on aircraft in service (retrofit) across both Airbus and Boeing aircraft.
Since 2008, over 20 million passengers have successfully connected to our inflight network.
The AeroMobile service is currently available across 13 airlines, Aer Lingus, Air France, British Airways, Emirates, Etihad, EVA Air, KLM, Lufthansa, Qatar, SAS, Singapore Airlines, Transaero & Virgin Atlantic. Further airlines expected to roll-out in the next twelve months include Garuda Indonesia, Thai Airways and Turkish Airlines.
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Latest Press Releases
First half of 2014 sees 30 per cent increase in connected aircraft Mobile phone users can now use their own devices on more than 245 aircraft across 13 different airlines*, thanks to connectivity provided by AeroMobile. The number of aircraft offering the AeroMobile service, which allows passengers to use their own mobile phones inflight just… Read more
EVA Air has taken delivery of two new Boeing 777-300ERs, both fully line-fitted with AeroMobile’s inflight connectivity service. The aircraft took their delivery flights from Boeing’s Seattle headquarters in the U.S. to Taipei in Taiwan on 21 May 2014. The two B777-300ERs are the first of seven new aircraft that will be delivered to EVA… Read more