A Service Provider of In-Flight Connectivity and Entertainment

With advanced technologies and a unique business model, we, as a service provider of in-flight connectivity and entertainment, or IFEC, solutions intend to provide airline passengers with a broadband in-flight experience that encompasses a wide range of service options. Such options include Wi-Fi, cellular, movies, gaming, live TV, and music. We plan to offer our services through both built-in in-flight entertainment systems, such as a seat-back display, as well as on passengers’ personal devices. We also expect to provide content management services and e-commerce solutions related to our IFEC solutions.

We will partner with airlines and offer airline passengers free IFEC services. We will generate revenues through advertising and in-flight transactions. We believe that this is an innovative approach that differentiates us from existing market players.

Our Strengths

Unique Business Model

We believe that our business model sets us apart from our competitors. We combine cutting-edge connectivity technology with a unique content-driven approach. Traditionally, providers of inflight connectivity focus primarily on the profit margin derived from the sale of hardware to airlines and of bandwidth to passengers. Both airlines and passengers have to “pay to play,” which results in low participation and usage rates. We break away from this model and set a new trend with our business model, under which neither the airlines nor their passengers pay for products or services. Furthermore, our business plan provides our airline partners with an opportunity to participate in our revenue sharing model. Taken together, this novel approach creates incentive for the airlines to work with us while driving up passenger usage rates.

Dual-Band Satellite Technology

Most in-flight connectivity systems currently rely on the Ku-band satellite signals for communication, though many players in the market are working to provide higher bandwidth and faster transmitting rates using the Ka-band. However, there are few Ka-enabled satellites, which limits the coverage area in the Asia- Pacific region. Our dual band system architecture brings our airline partners and their passengers the benefits of both Ka- and Ku-band satellite technology. The Ka-band increases data throughput, while the Ku-band offers reliable service outside of the Ka-band coverage area or when Ka-band is not available due to weather or other interference.

Our Growth Strategy

We will strive to be a leading provider of IFEC solutions by pursuing the following growth strategies:

  • Increase Number of Connected Aircraft
  • Increase Passenger Use of Connectivity
  • Expand Satellite Network
  • Expand Satellite-Based Services to Other Markets