With any physical enhancement to an aircraft, obtaining Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs) is the preferred method. This process includes rigorous tests that confirm the alterations are safe. Examples of authorized aerospace authorities are the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCAA). To date, varying KuSAT-2000 STCs have been secured for Bombardier Global Series aircraft as well as Gulfstream GIV, G350, and G450 aircraft.
Perhaps the most desirable quality about LuxStream is its exclusivity. Other networks can become overloaded throughout high-traffic regions due to usage by commercial airlines, ships, rail, and more. LuxStream, which utilizes a Ku-band High Throughput Satellite (HTS) network, is only available to business aviation customers. This results in a more manageable network and a maintained cabin connection. For the front of the plane, this network facilitates real-time updates and more accurate flight data. For passengers, high-definition resolutions on multiple streaming devices can now be achieved.