Voice Solutions

SD proprietary voice solutions work with your onboard connectivity network for an optimized voice experience in flight.


In-Flight Softphone

Satcom Direct’s AeroV® service was the first Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) solution designed and built specifically for aviation. AeroV enables full featured voice calling using the aircraft broadband internet connection and your personal smartphone – no computer needed. Your phone becomes an extension of the aircraft phone system, allowing you to be reached directly through the Global One Number® (GON) and the extension you configure.

Simply connect to the WiFi on the aircraft to make calls and send text messages from your phone’s contact list.

Global One Number®

Reach any in-flight aircraft handset with a single telephone number.

Global One Number (GON) was pioneered by Satcom Direct in 1997. This technology enables direct dialing to reach an aircraft in flight, regardless of location, using its unique telephone number. It eliminates the need to know which region the aircraft is located in making it simple to reach occupants wherever they fly.

SD’s AeroV® service further simplifies calling to the aircraft by enabling occupants to configure their smartphones as extensions of the GON via the onboard satellite phone system.

Global One Number availability map

SD Stylus Handsets

Aviation’s most customizable handset.

Sleek and beautiful, the Stylus family of handsets has rugged construction, made of aluminum and Corning Gorilla Glass or high quality Clarex acrylic, with an intuitive interface and high-fidelity sound. Stylus handsets can be configured to display any language, even those with non-Latin alphabets. The Stylus family of handsets is backward compatible with Simphonē handset cut-outs making it easy to install and upgrade without additional wiring. It’s also a great replacement for MagnaStar systems – no additional wiring required.

SD Stylus

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