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APEX: Gogo 2Ku inflight connectivity takes off on Air France

Gogo's 2Ku dual Ku-band antenna.

Gogo’s 2Ku dual Ku-band antenna.

Gogo announced today that Air France has launched a commercial service with Gogo’s 2Ku high-speed satellite-based inflight connectivity system on its first two aircraft – an Airbus A330 and a Boeing 777.

John Wade, President of Commercial Aviation at Gogo, said: “Air France has reached an exciting milestone as it brings its first Airbus and Boeing aircraft online, giving its passengers access to high-speed Wi-Fi on long-haul flights.

“As we continue to install aircraft with 2Ku, we remain highly focused on performance in order to provide a great experience on every aircraft, every flight.”

Installations are under way for the balance of Air France’s long-haul fleet of 83 aircraft.

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APEX: Gogo 2Ku inflight connectivity takes off on Air France was last modified: September 27th, 2018 by Steve Nichols
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