SIMI VALLEY, Calif., Aug. 31, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Airborne Wireless Network (the company) (OTC QB: ABWN) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a Memorandum Of Understanding with Kansas City-based Jet Midwest Group (Jet Midwest). The memorandum states that both parties have agreed to enter into a definitive agreement by September 30, 2016. The memorandum further states that Jet Midwest Group would be providing up to three Boeing 757-223 Jetliners to Airborne Wireless Network for its "proof of network concept" and FAA certification testing. Two of these Boeing 757-223's have tentatively been designated for the company's use.
Once the aircraft have been fitted with Airborne Wireless' equipment and ground-testing has been completed, the company plans to fly these commercial jets from Roswell, New Mexico to Kansas City, Missouri. According to the FAA, this will be a historic "first ever" flight of a meshed commercial airliner-based network.
Jet Midwest Group is one of the fastest growing aviation supply companies providing transport aircraft, engines, and replacement parts to aviation operators worldwide. JMG operates a 1.2 million sq. foot warehouse on over 30 acres of tarmac at the former TWA facilities located at Kansas City International Airport.
Airborne Wireless Network views its relationship with Jet Midwest as significant. This relationship, when finalized, will allow the company to minimize its pre-rollout testing and development costs.
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SOURCE Airborne Wireless Network