Gogo reaches 1,500 commercial aircraft installed with satellite IFC technology
(11 September 2019 - Gogo) Gogo today announces that it has surpassed 1,500 total commercial aircraft installed and activated with satellite in-flight connectivity (IFC).
As of September 1, 2019, Gogo announced that it had:
- 1,262 aircraft installed and activated with 2Ku technology (categorized as Aircraft Online, or "AOL");
- 252 aircraft installed and activated with Ku technology (categorized as AOL);
- Approximately 850 2Ku aircraft currently in backlog
"Our satellite IFC technologies continue to deliver a terrific inflight Wi-Fi experience to customers around the globe," said Oakleigh Thorne, president and CEO of Gogo. "We appreciate our global airline partners for helping us reach this significant milestone and solidifying Gogo as a global leader in satellite IFC technology."
Gogo is the inflight internet company. We are the leading global provider of broadband connectivity products and services for aviation. We design and source innovative network solutions that connect aircraft to the Internet, and develop software and platforms that enable customizable solutions for and by our aviation partners. Once connected, we provide industry leading reliability around the world. Our mission is to help aviation go farther by making planes fly smarter, so our aviation partners perform better and their passengers travel happier.
Gogo's products and services are installed on thousands of aircraft operated by the leading global commercial airlines and thousands of private aircraft, including those of the largest fractional ownership operators. Gogo is headquartered in Chicago, Ill., with additional facilities in Broomfield, Colo., and locations across the globe.