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Here you’ll find the latest articles and press releases for Airtext.

Pilots, Planes & Passengers

November 9, 2017

Recently at an NBAA press conference I was presenting on how Airtext has helped flight department’s manage their 3 most important assets,  Pilots, Planes and Passengers.  Often we talk about the aircraft as the most recognizable and challenging asset.  I suggest, today, Pilots are our most critical asset.  We are quickly becoming an industry of Read more…

Airtext and Wilson Air Center announce new FBOlink

October 12, 2017

Airtext and WilsonAir Center Announce New FBOlink Latest enhancement to Airtext airborne messaging program provides crew with direct, real time communications channel to Customer Service Representatives Las Vegas, NV: October 10, 2017—Airtext and WilsonAir Center are proud to announce FBOlink, a new customer capability of digital communications between the airplane and Fixed Base Operators (FBO) Read more…

Airtext introduces Graphics, Documents, and Digital ATIS capabilities

October 12, 2017

Airtext+ Adds “Big Data,” Digital ATIS and Graphics Latest enhancement to Airtext airborne messaging system offers high speed transmission of documents and graphics, ATIS information Las Vegas, NV—October 10, 2017—Airtext, the on-board system that allows passengers to send and receive text messages anywhere in the world, at any altitude, for 5 cents a message, has Read more…

ATI Jets finds Fleetlink helps make them money!

October 12, 2017

Airtext Fleetlink Program Is Ideal For ATI Jet in El Paso Latest enhancement to Airtext airborne messaging system links charter and repair station fleet aircraft to each other and to base Las Vegas, NV—October 10, 2017— ATI Jets, a charter service and certified repair station in El Paso, Texas has announced that it is installing Read more…

WiFi Gotcha!

October 2, 2017

The stories are many, here is a recent one.  A friend that fly’s a one year old G-280 was airborne last month and the aircraft owner was not happy with the internet speed from their pricey new technology. The WiFi manufacturer we will call “GG”.  A phone call to “GG” while airborne was made to Read more…

A Funny Thing Happened …

September 7, 2017

Airtext started out to be a really cool product for passengers to be able to send and receive text messages anywhere in the world, at any altitude, for 5 cents a message.  We did that! Our customers then lead us to enhance the product into a savvy data link that enables pilots to better manage Read more…