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Banyan Air Service becomes a Starlink dealer
The Starlink LEO system is designed for straightforward installation on a wide range of business aircraft, minimising downtime and ensuring a seamless upgrade path. Banyan is bringing the technology to its market.
The Banyan Air Service team, now a Starlink dealer.

Banyan Air Service, an FBO and FAA-approved repair station at Fort Lauderdale Executive airport in Florida, has executed a dealer agreement with Starlink to offer its global Low Earth Orbit (LEO) solution to the market. There are many supplemental type certificates nearing completion that will provide innovative solutions for many of Banyan's target market aircraft.

Starlink's advanced satellite technology, leveraging a constellation of LEO satellites, aims to deliver high-speed connectivity and reliability to aircraft flying across the US and beyond. This advanced system enables passengers to stay connected with internet access during flight, catering to a broad range of aviation needs.

"It is a privilege to bring Starlink's satellite technology to our clients. This advancement represents a significant leap forward in connectivity solutions for business aviation, ensuring our clients can enjoy unparalleled internet speeds and reliability wherever their travels take them," says director of avionics Danny Santiago.

The introduction of the Starlink system aboard aircraft offers unprecedented speeds, global coverage, low latency and easy integration. It is also cost-effective; Starlink's competitive pricing model makes advanced satellite internet access more accessible for business aviation, offering substantial value without compromising on quality or performance.

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