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Alto Completes 100th Bombardier Installation

Milestone Reached as Aftermarket Cabin Specialist Enters 25th Year of Operation

Alto Aviation recently rang the bell on the 100th completed cabin system installation for a Bombardier Global Express, capping off 25 years of aftermarket service. 

The company's Cadence audio and cabin control system has become a favorite for operators looking to improve their passenger experience, turning the all-too-often middling stock entertainment system into a carefully tuned, immersive audio suite capable of competing with terrestrial audiophile setups. Recent improvements build on that basis with additional charging and entertainment capabilities, adding additional value for operators looking to outperform competitors with older equipment. 

Their lineup of custom switch panels allow for an OEM look and feel for aftermarket installations, maintaining the same level of fit and finish expected in a business jet while granting modern entertainment capabilities. The Cadence line of switches have now made their way into installations by a number of high-profile Alto Aviation dealers like AMAC, Bombardier,Duncan Aviation, Flying Colours, GEF Aviation, Pro Star, Standard Aero, and West Star.

“We can’t be prouder of this very significant milestone for our company. We thank all our authorized installers for making it possible by selecting ALTO for their digital audio and cabin control upgrades. We continue our strong commitment to delivering great sound and cabin control solutions specifically designed for Bombardier Global Express with simplicity and performance in mind. It makes us happy knowing that our drop-in, lightweight replacement mid/high loudspeakers subwoofers help our customers reduce labor costs, resulting in budget-friendly solutions that enhance the passengers’ experience and increase the aircraft’s value.” Kevin Hayes, ALTO Aviation Vice President of Sales and Marketing, said.



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