fflya opens the inflight imagination of airline passengers by delivering products and services, plus exciting tours and attraction offers relative to where they are flying. fflya also reconnects passengers with family and friends through free messaging.
Only ASIP Tech has the unique fflya network that can deliver this exclusive inflight service.
It is made possible by the integration of the latest generation App technology, Bluetooth, and Low Earth Orbit Iridium Next satellites.
Combine this with fflya’s world first window antennae and no longer do you need to install complex, heavy, fuel burning antennas on the roof of your aircraft.
LEO’s are only 600 kilometers up and the existing 66 satellites provide global coverage. Each aircraft only require 2 unobtrusive window antennas. One on either side of the aircraft and everyone is connected.
LEO’s also mean a much smaller, lighter system which is simpler to install and that translates into a fully self funding program that we guarantee will generate revenue for your airline from day one.
fflya incorporates the latest Bluetooth 5 technology that can connect every passenger onboard a Boeing 737/Airbus A320 Series aircraft simultaneously.
What makes it unique is the link automatically activates when a user sends a message or processes a transaction, completing these events in milliseconds.
The end result is an uncomplicated fast and secure system that does not require expensive broadband satellites to deliver connectivity and retail services.
fflya technology is flight proven over two years having been commissioned on over 70 business jets operating across the Asia Pacific, the America's, Europe, and the Middle East.
Our world's first Bluetooth platform is in operation on European charter fleet operator Jetfly and on USA fleet operator Emergency Airlift.
One single Bluetooth access point/router and One window Antenna on either side of the aircraft.
fflya's Bluetooth network has been independently live tested on an Airbus A380 and Boeing B777.
fflya's window Antennae were also commissioned on an Airbus A340 for satellite network validation testing.