GoGo Surpasses 1500 Commercial Aircraft With IFC

Gogo's test plane, the Jimmy Ray. Photo: Gogo.

Gogo’s test plane, the Jimmy Ray. Photo: Gogo

Gogo has surpassed 1,500 total commercial aircraft installed and activated with satellite in-flight connectivity (IFC).

As of September 1, 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.”

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