Fleet tracking, pilot messaging

Airtext Firmware: 1213211
LT/LT+ Firmware:  07202110

Airtext Team

Jonathan Pinson

General Manager

Connor Pearce

Dealer Sales Support
Instrument rated Pilot

Colton Cross

Software and Firmware Development

Angel Rodriguez

Assembly and Product Technical Support

David Gray

President and CEO

Andy Schoenbrun

Customer Service

David Oblinger


Sharon Heideck


Fishing Derby 2021

The team moved the office to the waters of Lake Lanier recently for a fun day on the lake. No one went home empty handed with a daily total of 12 fish. Big bass went to Colton while Jonathan took the prize for smallest catch!

About Airtext

Airtext solves the problem of staying connected electronically to business, friends and family without the high cost of a traditional internet option. Airtext allows 16 passengers the ability to send and receive SMS messages anywhere in the world for just 5 cents. On the ground or in the air. Using the Iridium Next Satellite Network, we have designed a product that allows connectivity through your cell phone while on the airplane.

Airtext is now flying on...

Aerostar 701P
Beechcraft Denali
Beechjet 400
Boeing 747
Boeing 757
Cessna 208 Caravan
Cessna 310
Cessna 441
Cessna TTx
Challenger 300
Challenger 601
Citation M2
Citation Bravo
Citation Excel
Citation II
Citation III
Citation Mustang
Citation V
Citation VII
Citation Sovereign

Citation X
CJ4 Gen 2
Eclipse EA550
Eclipse EA500
ERJ 135
ERJ 145
Falcon 10
Falcon 20                                          Falcon 50
Falcon 2000
Falcon 7X
Falcon 900
Gulfstream G100/Astra
Gulfstream G-IV
Gulfstream G-V


Global Express
Hawker 400XP
Hawker 800
Hawker 800XP
Hawker 900XP
King Air 90
King Air 200
King Air 300
King Air 350
Lear 31
Lear 31A
Lear 35
Lear 45
Lear 45XR
Lear 55
Lear 60

Lear 75
Legacy 600
PC-12 NG
Phenom 100
Phenom 300
Piaggio P.180
Piper Cheyenne
Piper M600
Piper M350
Premier 1A
SyberJet SJ30
SR22 G6
TBM 700
TBM 850
Turbo Commander 690
de Havilland Twin Otter

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Using new technology BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) found in modern phones, the passengers open a free application loaded on their phone giving them access to Airtext. The hardware consists of a small “paperback” sized FAA-approved Airtext box weighing about 1 pound that is installed on the airplane and connects to the existing iridium phone antenna found on most airplanes.


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