Kros-Wise supports airline connectivity with Connectivity Assist

Kros-Wise Aviation Group has announced the launch of Connectivity Assist, a new service to help airlines make better and faster decisions on connectivity systems and service, the company said.

With Connectivity Assist, Kros-Wise Aviation provides a team of highly experienced staff and disciplined processes to assist airline customers with the complex process of deciding which suppliers of aircraft connectivity equipment and services are best suited to their specific requirements.

Inflight connectivity (IFC) has emerged onto the international airline scene over the past decade, and in that time it has had a major effect on the industry from a technical, financial, and social perspective. Passengers have become accustomed to having the ability to remain connected while flying, and as a result, airlines around the world have been rushing to install IFC systems.

The foundation of the Connectivity Assist process is the Requirements Document. Generating this document which outlines the unique passenger and operational connectivity requirements of the airline, can be challenging for an airline, since the capabilities of IFC systems are constantly changing, and it can be difficult for the airline to know what services and features are available and what to ask for.

Kros-Wise Aviation Group is a professional services and product development firm which was founded in 2004 and currently has approximately 125 full-time employees. The company headquarters is in San Diego, California. It is a Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB).