Gogo 2Ku Takes Off on Air France

- September 27th, 2018

Gogo (NASDAQ:GOGO) announced that Air France has launched commercial service equipped with Gogo’s 2Ku high speed satellite connectivity system on its first two aircraft, an Airbus A330 and a Boeing 777. The company said that the installations are underway on the remaining of Air France’s long-haul fleet of 83 aircraft. Gogo, a global provider of … Continued

Gogo (NASDAQ:GOGO) announced that Air France has launched commercial service equipped with Gogo’s 2Ku high speed satellite connectivity system on its first two aircraft, an Airbus A330 and a Boeing 777.

The company said that the installations are underway on the remaining of Air France’s long-haul fleet of 83 aircraft.

Gogo, a global provider of broadband connectivity products and services for Aviation said that Air France is offering a free message pass for all customers that enables them to send text messages from their favourite apps. Customers of Air France can also purchase the two fee paying passes to access the internet across all Air-France flights. Further, Air France expects its entire fleet to be equipped with Wi-Fi by 2020.

As quoted in the press release:
“Air France has reached an exciting milestone as it brings its first Airbus and Boeing aircraft online, giving its passengers access to high-speed Wi-Fi on long-haul flights,” says John Wade, President of Commercial Aviation at Gogo. “As we continue to install aircraft with 2Ku, we remain highly focused on performance in order to provide a great experience on every aircraft, every flight.”

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