Stellar is in the news

  • 10.31.16

    New app from Stellar Labs to make it easy and fast to book a private jet

    Stellar Labs, a Silicon Valley based tech company, will officially launch its charter Marketplace at the NBAA Business Aviation and Conference in Florida. To support the launch, Stellar has commissioned some new research into the US business aviation market, and key findings for how to grow it.

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  • 10.31.16

    NBAA: Rockwell Collins on cloud nine with Stellar

    Rockwell Collins has teamed up with Silicon Valley company Stellar Labs to develop an enhanced, cloud-based version of the former’s ARINC Direct flight operations management system. The as-yet-unbranded service, unveiled at NBAA today, will give aircraft operators and flight departments “access to an end-to-end aircraft management solution through mobile devices, tablets and web browsers”, the two companies say.

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  • 10.25.16

    Providing Trusted Solutions, Connecting All Phases of Flight with the Right Information

    Rockwell Collins will be featuring its latest innovations for the flight deck, cabin and flight support services at the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) 2016 Convention and Exhibition taking place Nov. 1-3 in Orlando, Fla. Rockwell Collins will showcase multiple packages and incentives for operators that will soon be equipping their flight deck for Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) operations, all of which bring turn-key compliance with mandates and options for enhancements that enable safer and more efficient flying.

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  • 10.24.16

    Stellar And Stratajet Claim Victory In The Race For Real Time Private Jet Booking. Is It True?

    How does it work when you or your assistant call or go online to charter a private jet via a broker? As I’ve detailed before, it’s not like Uber, nor is it like booking a ticket on a commercial airline through say United.com, where you see real time availability, and by clicking “purchase” have secured your seat on the plane. Or at least it hasn’t been that way so far, although folks are trying.

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  • 10.07.16

    Rockwell, Stellar Set Ambitious Course

    Stellar Labs, a Silicon Valley tech company—partnered with Rockwell Collins—is co-developing a next-generation flight operations management platform that will dramatically speed up this process. Instead of getting broker-furnished pricing and other booking information within minutes, a traveler will be able to receive it instantaneously. Reason: the cloud-based platform will be fully automated, thus able to pluck a customer’s best travel options from an inventory of more than 500 operators worldwide in real time and recommend a traveler’s best options, bypassing brokers altogether.

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  • 10.03.16

    Rockwell, Stellar To Develop Flight Ops Management System

    Rockwell Collins and Stellar Labs have partnered to develop a flight operations management platform for business aviation through mobile devices, tablets and web browsers, the companies said. Under the agreement the companies will co-develop a management platform based on the Rockwell Collins ARINCDirect Flight Operations System to create a system in the cloud and integrate with Stellar Labs’ commercial offerings. It addresses the need for operators, fixed base operators, maintenance and crews to work together, the companies said. Today, business aviation data is stored in thousands of traditional, disparate systems. The new platform eliminates that issue, they said.

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