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Gogo expands offerings to business aircraft operators

Gogo Inc. on Monday announced the expansion of its wireless offerings to business aircraft operators.

The Itasca-based inflight wireless company says its Aircell division now offers SwiftBroadband airtime programs. Aircell has been a distribution partner for SwiftBroadband hardware since 2009.

“As a single-source provider of equipment, airtime and No. 1-ranked product support, we make it easy for aircraft operators to manage and deliver the service to their passengers,” said John Wade, Aircell’s executive vice president and general manager.

Aircell, based in Broomfield, Colorado, provides equipment and services for inflight voice, Internet, and cockpit data to business aviation companies. Gogo provides inflight connectivity and wireless digital entertainment systems for commercial aircraft.

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