Aircraft Outfitting: What the Asian Buyer Wants?

by Global Sky Team

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In the sixth episode of Asian Skycast, Jeffrey C. Lowe from Asian Sky Group speaks with Tobias Laps from Comlux, Brian Roos from Satcom Direct, Chad D. Thorne from Greenpoint Technologies and Joe Bonita from Citadel Completions, who talk us through what Asian buyers really want inside their aircraft cabins.

Main Content


Is there a typical Asian buyer?


Is there anything unusual about the layouts requested?


Any changes in system requirements?


Any easy solutions regarding connectivity in Asia?


Anything customers need now?


Latest and greatest systems to have?


Comments about the STC process in Asia?


ACJ BBJ Brian Roos Chad D. Thorne Citadel Completions Comlux Greenpoint Joe Bonita Satcom Direct Tobias Laps

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