Gogo gets in-flight Wi-Fi deal with Virgin Atlantic

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Inflight Wi-Fi provider Gogo Inc. said it has reached agreement with Virgin Atlantic, the Itasca company’s first European airline customer.

Gogo said Wednesday it will install its 2Ku satellite-based system on all Virgin Atlantic airplanes. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.

“Virgin Atlantic is on the cutting edge when it comes to delivering technology solutions to their passengers, and we’re extremely excited to deliver the best connectivity solutions to keep their passengers connected anywhere they fly around the world,” said Michael Small, Gogo’s president and CEO. “Virgin Atlantic’s relationship with Delta Air Lines will also allow us to build a seamless experience for passengers who fly both airlines.”

Gogo offers in-flight Internet, entertainment, text messaging, voice and other communications-related services to commercial and business aviation markets. Gogo has its services installed on more than 2,000 commercial aircraft with more than 10 major airlines.


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