Gogo Business Aviation adds more content to Gogo Vision

Gogo's John Wade shows off Gogo Vision.
Gogo’s John Wade shows off Gogo Vision.

Gogo Business Aviation is expanding its  wireless inflight entertainment (IFE) service, Gogo Vision, by introducing digital magazine content and a broader selection of business news.

Beginning today, Gogo Business Aviation customers who are on the Gogo AVANCE platform or who have Gogo Vision onboard their aircraft, can choose from a diverse selection of 30 digital magazines from popular titles including Golf Digest, Forbes, Wine Spectator, Newsweek, Wired, People, and Town & Country.

Customers onboard will get the most current issue as well as the previous issue from each publication. Costs for the magazine content will vary depending on the plan selected.

It says for those interested in global news, a wide array of current news topics from Bloomberg News have been added including global business, investing, technology, automotive, energy and top business and finance stories from Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and the United States.

The digital publications and business news are in addition to an entertainment lineup that includes more than 150 titles of the latest Hollywood movie releases and popular TV shows.

All Gogo Vision content is updated automatically each month with seamless delivery via Gogo Cloud in a customer’s own hangar and at Gogo Cloud locations throughout the U.S. and in Europe.

Sergio Aguirre, Gogo Business Aviation President, said: “Our customers continue to ask for access to more news and entertainment outlets, and we’re responding.

“We’re committed to delivering the best inflight entertainment experience to business aviation.”

The application is configurable for Arabic, English, French, German, Italian, Russian, and Spanish. Audio tracks for movies and TV episodes are offered in English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish, and Swedish.

By providing a high-quality entertainment experience with a straightforward base monthly service fee that is capped, the company says costs don’t fluctuate, which eliminates the unpredictability and often high costs associated with streaming video and audio.

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