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Air France-KLM Selects Gogo for In-flight Connectivity

29/09/2016

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Air France-KLM Selects Gogo for In-flight Connectivity

Gogo's Industry Leading 2Ku to Connect Long-haul Aircraft


CHICAGO, Sept. 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Gogo (NASDAQ: GOGO), the global leader in providing broadband connectivity solutions and wireless entertainment to the aviation industry, announced today that it will partner with Air France-KLM to connect its existing long-haul fleet representing 124 aircraft, with an airline option to install the technology on additional aircraft in the future. 

The fleet of aircraft receiving Gogo's 2Ku technology will include numerous aircraft types, including the Boeing 777 and Airbus A330s.

"We are delighted to bring Gogo's industry leading 2Ku technology to one of the largest airlines in the world and two of the most iconic brands in commercial aviation," said Michael Small, Gogo's president and CEO.  "2Ku delivers a ground-like performance to aircraft flying around the world today, including the ability to stream video.  One of the many benefits of 2Ku is that it's built on an open architecture and can leverage new technology advancements in the future, which means the technology will get even better over time and will provide passengers with a superior connectivity experience now and in the future."

The first aircraft is expected to be in service end of next year, with the bulk of the installations taking place during 2018-2019.