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Gogo AVANCE L3 Becomes Factory Option on Cirrus G2+ Vision Jet

BROOMFIELD, Colo. – Cirrus Aircraft has selected Gogo Business Aviation’s (NASDAQ: GOGO) AVANCE L3 system to be installed as a factory option on new production G2+ Vision JetTM aircraft.   The G2+ Vision Jet is the first “Personal Jet” aircraft to add Gogo’s inflight connectivity service. Cirrus joins Gogo’s distinguished list of aircraft... Continued

Gogo Inc. to Report Second Quarter 2021 Financial Results on August 5, 2021

CHICAGO – Gogo Inc. (NASDAQ: GOGO), the world’s largest provider of broadband connectivity services for the business aviation market, today announced that it will release its financial results for the second quarter of 2021 before the market opens on August 5, 2021. The Company will host a conference call with financial analysts the same day at 8:30 a.m. ET.  Conference... Continued

Gogo Business Aviation Announces Top Dealers for 2020

DALLAS (AEA Booth #307) – Gogo Business Aviation today named the organizations to receive the company’s highest dealer honor for 2020 – the Gogo Business Aviation 51,000 Five. The award recognizes the highest-performing organizations in the company’s global dealer and distributor network, as chosen by the Gogo Business Aviation executive team.   Recipients of the... Continued

Gogo Gives 5G Progress Update

BROOMFIELD, Colo. – Gogo Business Aviation (NASDAQ: GOGO) has completed several key milestones as it continues to develop its 5G air-to-ground (ATG) network and onboard equipment.  Ground Network Gogo has installed the first two 5G antennas on a tower. With the antennas now installed, the company will conduct prototype testing of system performance.   “Gogo 5G will... Continued

Gogo AVANCE L5 and L3 Now Flying on 2,000 Business Aircraft

BROOMFIELD, Colo. – Gogo Business Aviation (NASDAQ: GOGO) has once again set a new standard for inflight connectivity with its AVANCE L5 and L3 systems now installed and flying on 2,000 business aircraft.   Combined, the two systems have flown nearly 600,000 flights, consuming 262.61 terabytes of data.   Gogo achieved these milestones in less than four years following the... Continued

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Avionics News: “Readying for 5G cabin connectivity”

One of the bright spots during the COVID-19 calamity was the sale of Gogo Inc.’s commercial aviation connectivity business to Intelsat S.A. for $400 million – a tidy sum in any year. One of the new ideas mentioned by Sergio Aguirre, Gogo’s president, will be the company’s introduction of its new high-speed, 5G network.

Robb Report: “Unlimited Streaming on Your Private Jet? This New Service Makes it Possible”

As WiFi on private jets becomes more mission-critical, providers are responding with novel solutions to make it faster, more reliable and packaged with added features. Gogo recently launched an upgraded in-flight entertainment service, Vision 360, for example. It offers unlimited streaming for television programming and news, more than 150 of the latest movies, plus access to 30 popular digital magazines. The service, which links to aircraft outfitted with Gogo’s L5, L3 or SCS systems, also features a moving 3-D map for tracking flights in real time and providing destination information.

Business Aviation Magazine: "Strategic Sale Opens Opportunities"

Sergio Aguirre, president, Gogo Business Aviation, talks to BAM editor Anthony Harrington about the company’s sale of its commercial airlines division to Intelsat and its experience through the pandemic.

Aviation International News (AIN): “Lower-cost Connectivity Options Expanding”

New satellite and air-to-ground (ATG) networks and coming improvements to first-generation connectivity systems are bringing lower cost, higher speed, and more compact Wi-Fi access to a growing number of aircraft, now extending from executive airliners to smaller general aviation aircraft. Here are some of the major developments to look for in 2021.

Aviation International News (AIN): “The need for inflight connectivity is more important than ever before”

At NBAA-VBACE 2020, Gogo hosted a panel discussion with some of its leaders, who discussed the myriad ways in which business aviation has transformed as it deals with, and recovers from, the impact of COVID-19.

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