Inflight connectivity that really flies
With our state-of-the-art satellite fleet, engineering excellence, and advanced network architecture, Telesat offers aeronautical service providers reliable and secure satellite connectivity to seamlessly link airlines and their passengers throughout their journeys. Telesat’s advanced network architecture provides support for the inflight connectivity that multiple applications – including engine monitoring, flight crew operations and passenger entertainment – critically rely on.
The Fastest Inflight Wi-Fi, Anywhere in the World
Telesat Lightspeed™, our advanced, global Low Earth Orbit network, will offer pole-to-pole fibre-like connectivity with scalable, concentrated capacity around large airport hubs and busy flight routes. Meet passenger‘s gate-to-gate demand for video streaming, low-latency gaming, VPN, encrypted webpage access, online shopping and more with Telesat Lightspeed unsurpassed performance.
Aeronautical, Maritime, Enterprise, Telecom and Government networks can rely on these unique benefits:
Gigabits per second link speeds and a network with multiple Tbps of capacity ensures every passenger can access bandwidth to stream video, browse the Internet, or perform any other online activity unconstrained.
Truly Global Coverage
Every point on earth is covered so your passengers no longer lose connectivity when travelling through northern latitudes. Our global pool product allows your bandwidth to be allocated to aircraft anywhere.
Our network is about 20X more responsive than today’s satellites and on par with fibre networks. You now can provide an “at work” Internet experience in the sky, which means passengers can use a VPN, access encrypted intranet pages, or participate in online gaming while in flight.
High Capacity for Hotspots
Our intelligent network understands your flight routes and can dynamically allocate additional bandwidth to areas with high traffic or to busy hubs so your passenger experience never trails off.
Highly resilient, secure network with multiple inter-connected satellites and ground nodes without any single point of failure ensures networks always stay connected.