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November 17 2018

Expert discussion forum

Honeywell & Gama Aviation discuss the advances in inflight connectivity.

Inflight connectivity.

We discussed a variety of issues and scenarios surrounding the best way(s) to connect depending on the requirements and needs of both clients, pilots and brokers.
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Honeywell contributors to this stream were;

Alastair Painter – Senior Account Manager – GoDirect

Alastair has over 25 years in aviation with time in both the commercial aviation and business aviation markets. As well as pilot experience, Alastair has held positions at Boeing where he was involved with the BBJ program. Since joining Honeywell 3 years ago Alastair has focussed on promoting and selling our GoDirect flight services and cabin connectivity solutions. He specialises in creating the right connectivity solution for the customer. He is an active member of both the BBGA and the Aviation Club UK.

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Lubos Fedora – Area Sales Manager for Avionics & Cabin Connectivity

Lubos Fedora is the Honeywell Area Sales Manager for Avionics and Cabin Connectivity Hardware for Business Jet operators in the UK, Ireland, Spain and Portugal. As the ASM Lubos works with operators to identify the best possible satcom hardware solution to meet the customers’ connectivity needs. Prior to joining Honeywell in 2016, Lubos worked with an American MRO. As a program manager he was responsible for improving the interface between airlines and MROs.

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ADS-B Expert Discussion Forum.

Our ADS-B Out Expert Discussion.

See the recorded live stream of our expert discussion forum conversation about the upcoming ADS-B Out mandate with our two experts, Harry Lees, Principal Avionics Consultant and Stewart Toye, Senior Honeywell Field Support Engineer (Avionics) hosted by Gama Aviation’s Chief Marketing Officer, Duncan Daines.

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The expert contributors to this stream were;

Harry Lees, Principal avionics consultant

Harry Lees, is the principal avionics consultant with Gama Aviation’s UK engineering division and is himself a keen aviator. With over four decades of avionics experience across a wide variety of types, Harry helps owners determine the best course of action when negotiating regulatory changes from both a pilot and avionics perspective.

Harry is supported by an organisation that contains Part 21 J &G (design & production) capability, a full complement of avionics engineers and distribution / resale agreements with all the major avionics providers.

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Stewart Toye, Senior Honeywell field support (Avionics)

Stewart Toye is a senior Honeywell field support engineer (Avionics) for Business Aviation customers across Western Europe, specialising in communication systems. Stewart’s passion for and experiences of aircraft dates back to his joining the Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm at the age of 16 working on the BAe Harrier aircraft. Prior to joining Honeywell in 2017, Stewart was a senior design engineer with a couple of well known EASA part21 companies in Switzerland where he was responsible for designing communications systems to the requirements of VIP and VVIP customers. And previous to this was the Director of business development and Customer support for the EMEA region working for Decrane Aerospace for 12 years.
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ADS-B Out, are you prepared for the change?

ADS-B OUT (Automatic Dependant Surveillance – Broadcast) requires that the aircraft transmits its own GPS position via the Mode S transponder, regardless of whether the aircraft is being interrogated by a ground radar or by other aircraft’s TCAS. The GPS source must meet high accuracy and integrity requirements only available from a qualified WAAS GPS.

The European airspace mandate for ADS-B Out is effective from June 2020, and from January 2020 for US operations.

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