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SAS for Inmarsat’s European Aviation Network will be in Greece

SAS for Inmarsat’s European Aviation Network will be in Greece

Inmarsat is to locate the Satellite Access Station (SAS) for its European Aviation Network (EAN) inflight connectivity solution in Greece. The new SAS is under an agreement with OTE, the… Read more »

Duncan Aviation holds more than 20 STCs for inflight Wi-Fi

Duncan Aviation holds more than 20 STCs for inflight Wi-Fi

Duncan Aviation says it has now completed hundreds of Gogo Business Aviation Wi-Fi installations, the most recent being on an Embraer Legacy 600. With inflight Wi-Fi, cabin passengers can connect… Read more »

Inmarsat selects Cobham SATCOM for EU ATG terminal

Inmarsat selects Cobham SATCOM for EU ATG terminal

Inmarsat has signed an agreement with Cobham SATCOM to design and produce an advanced Mobile Satellite Services (MSS) terminal for its European Aviation Network high-speed inflight connectivity solution. It says… Read more »

APEX2015: Inmarsat says 80% of pax want inflight connectivity

APEX2015: Inmarsat says 80% of pax want inflight connectivity

Passengers want broadband inflight connectivity, they want a good quality of service and its availability will influence their decision as to which airline they fly with. That was the message… Read more »

Inmarsat European ATG network on track for 2017 deployment

Inmarsat European ATG network on track for 2017 deployment

Inmarsat’s Europe-wide hybrid satellite and air-to-ground (ATG) inflight connectivity network is on target for a Q1 2017 launch. That was the message from David Coiley, Inmarsat’s VP Aviation, who was… Read more »

Should an airline stick to one inflight connectivity supplier?

Should an airline stick to one inflight connectivity supplier?

There is no shortage of inflight connectivity suppliers on the market, offering a bewildering array of air-to-ground (ATG), L-band, Ku-band and Ka-band systems. But when choosing a system does it… Read more »

Gogo on track for record installations in 2015

Gogo on track for record installations in 2015

Gogo says that it is on track for record aircraft installs in 2015. The company now has a backlog of over 1,000 commercial aircraft, more than half of which are… Read more »

United Airlines launches Gogo in-flight Wi-Fi on regional jets

United Airlines launches Gogo in-flight Wi-Fi on regional jets

United Airlines has launched inflight Wi-Fi on the first of its United Express regional aircraft, enabling more customers to stay connected during their journeys. The airline will outfit more than… Read more »

Virgin America first to offer Gogo’s ATG-4 connectivity fleet-wide

Virgin America first to offer Gogo’s ATG-4 connectivity fleet-wide

Virgin America has announced the fleet-wide rollout of Gogo’s faster ATG-4 WiFi service. The airline became the first airline to offer Gogo inflight WiFi service on every flight in 2009…. Read more »

Gogo says inflight connectivity could be worth £1m per aircraft

Gogo says inflight connectivity could be worth £1m per aircraft

Gogo President and CEO Michael Small thinks that the inflight connectivity market could ultimately be worth around £1m per aircraft per year. That was the message he delivered during a… Read more »

American Airlines to expand inflight connectivity availability

American Airlines to expand inflight connectivity availability

American Airlines is marking its first year merger anniversary with US Airways with a host of customer improvements, including satellite-based internet connectivity for international and regional flights. Doug Parker, American… Read more »

Gogo reports record third quarter revenue

Gogo reports record third quarter revenue

Gogo reported a record third quarter revenue of $104.0 million for Q3 2014, up 22% year-on-year. Service revenue increased 28% to $81.6 million and equipment revenue increased 4% to $22.4… Read more »

AT&T no longer working on ATG inflight connectivity

AT&T no longer working on ATG inflight connectivity

AT&T says it has abandoned plans to develop an air-to-ground (ATG) 4G network. The company had announced the scheme in April, promising then that the network would “transform airborne connectivity”. News… Read more »

India’s Vistara signs SITA for communication and networks

India’s Vistara signs SITA for communication and networks

Vistara, India’s newest airline, has signed an agreement with SITA, for aircraft communications, airline operations and network connectivity. The agreement includes SITA’s air-to-ground airline operations and datalink service, flight briefing… Read more »

Gogo selected to provide IFEC on United’s regional jets

Gogo selected to provide IFEC on United’s regional jets

Gogo has been selected by United Airlines to install its in-flight internet service on its two-cabin regional jet fleet. Installation of the Wi-Fi services, which will involve more than 200 aircraft,… Read more »

Tested: Gogo’s US ATG network on Delta

Tested: Gogo’s US ATG network on Delta

Travelling to the US for this week’s Apex Expo gave “Get Connected’s” Steve Nichols an ideal opportunity to test Gogo’s North American ATG inflight connectivity network. The system uses a… Read more »

Gogo and T-Mobile team up for texting and voicemail

Gogo and T-Mobile team up for texting and voicemail

Gogo has announced a new partnership with T-Mobile to deliver free in-flight texting and voicemail to their customers. Beginning September 17th, T-Mobile customers can use this new in-flight service on… Read more »

Thales sees strong future for Ka-band connectivity

Thales sees strong future for Ka-band connectivity

Thales sees Ka-band systems as the future of inflight connectivity, with high data throughput complementing its IFEC and other product lines. Speaking to Get Connected’s Steve Nichols at the 2014… Read more »

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