Silver Air Outfitting Fleet with Inflight Wi-Fi to Meet Traveler Demand

Silver Air, the private aircraft management company and charter operator, is outfitting its entire fleet with Wi-Fi to better serve clients’ needs. The company just recently completed installing Gogo® Biz mobile broadband Internet throughout all of its heavy, super mid and midsize jets.

“The private aviation industry is changing, and our clients have come to expect mobile Internet onboard the aircraft to keep them connected and productive while in the air,” said Jason Middleton, Silver Air’s CEO. “The people at Silver Air view ourselves as an extension of our clients’ teams, and we understand the importance of our clients’ business and personal travel needs.  Our job is to provide world-class service, convenience and flight resources to support their travel demands. Equipping the Silver Air fleet with Wi-Fi is another example of our dedication to our clients mission needs.”

With Silver Air’s Gogo Biz broadband Wi-Fi Internet, passengers can browse the Web, send and receive emails with attachments, and log onto their corporate VPN using their own laptops, tablet and smart phone.


Silver Air’s Wi-Fi enabled aircraft currently include Gulfstream GV, Gulfstream G450, Gulfstream GIV, Citation X, Lear 60, Beachjet 400 and Citation CJ2 models.

Additional Silver Air managed aircraft that are in the process of receiving Wi-Fi capabilities include Citation V, Citation II, Citation CJ2, Citation I, and Phenom 100 models.

More information at www.SilverAir.com.  

About Silver Air

Silver Air is a leading private aircraft management company and direct charter operator that delivers a transparent, owner-advocate approach to management creating valuable partnerships with private jet owners. Founded in 2008, the company is based in Southern California with corporate offices in Santa Barbara. Silver Air manages a comprehensive fleet of luxury aircraft from light to long-range heavy jets and a global network operating around the clock, 24-hours-a-day. 

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