Gogo, Virgin America to roll out new in-flight Internet technology
Aug 30, 2013 (AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION via COMTEX) --
Illinois USA-based in-flight connectivity provider Gogo (NASDAQ: GOGO) said it is set to roll out its next generation in-flight Internet technology with debut airline customer Virgin America.
The move comes nearly five years to the date after Gog launched its original in-flight Internet service.
David Cush, president and CEO of Virgin America, will join Gogo's CEO, Michael Small, for a live webcast from the Airline Passenger Experience Expo in Anaheim, California to announce the new technology.
Virgin America was the first US airline to offer Gogo on all of its flights and was the launch customer for Gogo's ATG-4 service.
Gogo's in-flight connectivity partners include American Airlines (OTC: AAMRQ), Air Canada, AirTran Airways, Alaska Airlines (NYSE: ALK), Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL), Frontier Airlines (NASDAQ: RJET), United Airlines (NYSE: UAL), US Airways (NYSE: LCC) and Virgin America.
In-flight entertainment partners include American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Scoot and US Airways.
Find out more at www.gogoair.com.
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