Gogo 5G is coming and it's going to accelerate your connectivity experience.
The Gogo 5G network will utilize 5G technology and complement the existing Gogo Biz 4G network: providing beautifully seamless, high-speed, redundant connectivity across the U.S. and Canada. It’s the next generation of connectivity for business aviation aircraft, commercial regional jets, and smaller mainline jets.
Nationwide operations are expected in 2021 and we will provide you with more details as we begin the count-up to launch. In the meantime, here are the key things you should know about Gogo 5G: including how AVANCE L5 is the first step to 5G - and you can take that step today.
This is not a one-hit wonder. Gogo 5G is part of our complete nationwide network. So you get proven reliability and seamless redundancy with the Gogo Biz 3G and 4G networks.
5G supports all spectrum types (licensed, shared, unlicensed) and bands (high, medium, low); allowing Gogo to take advantage of technological breakthroughs as they are developed.
Customers wanting 5G will need a Gogo AVANCE L5 system in addition to the 5G modem and antenna. This pairing gives you the benefits of the AVANCE platform and 4G inflight Wi-Fi today, plus 5G when it launches.
Through backward compatibility with Gogo's existing network, customers can connect with confidence, knowing their aircraft will automatically and seamlessly connect to the fastest service available - 5G/4G/3G.
Gogo 5G technology will bring best-of-breed service to the business and commercial aviation markets with comprehensive coverage across the U.S. and Canada.
The network will use 5G technology, a proprietary modem and advanced beam-forming technology.
With more than 250 cell sites and a fiber-backhaul network already in place, the infrastructure is here today.
Passengers don't care about engineering. They just want inflight internet that's fast, reliable and feels like they can continue their work, life and play in near real time. This is going to make them very happy.
It will offer lower equipment costs and equipment weight.
This is just one more example in Gogo’s history of our commitment to investing in R&D and delivering innovative, sustainable IFC technologies – whether they are satellite or ground-based.
Take the first step to 5G and talk to a sales rep about getting an AVANCE system installed.