Articles tagged “gogo”

Online Travel

Intelsat Makes $400 Million Bid for Gogo’s In-Flight Wi-Fi Service From Bankruptcy

New owner Intelsat will need to invest in Gogo's internet services. Airline customers like Delta are impatient with Gogo's capacity to meet their needs.

Intelsat Makes $400 Million Bid for Gogo’s In-Flight Wi-Fi Service From Bankruptcy

Coronavirus

Gogo in Talks to Sell Its In-Flight Wi-Fi Business

Let's hope the deal talks will go faster than Wi-Fi aboard a plane.

Gogo in Talks to Sell Its In-Flight Wi-Fi Business

Business Travel

American Follows United in Making Top Elite Status Harder to Earn

For many, it may no longer be worth it to earn top-tier elite status on American, United, or Delta next year. Between recent changes to credit card earning structures and airlines constantly moving the goal posts for status qualification, it's just too hard for many to keep up.

American Follows United in Making Top Elite Status Harder to Earn

Airlines

Wi-Fi Provider Gogo Is Hurt By American Airlines’ Tough Tactics

Will Gogo make it as a stand-alone company? It still does not look promising. It's odd because customers want in-flight Wi-Fi. But so far Gogo hasn't figured out how to do it and make a profit.

Wi-Fi Provider Gogo Is Hurt By American Airlines’ Tough Tactics

Online Travel

Everyone Wants In-Flight Wi-Fi, So Why Is Gogo Struggling?

Financial pressures and stiff competition are making life tough for Gogo, so much so that it's considering breaking itself up. Perhaps it's more likely that one of the company's many rivals will come knocking with an offer.

Everyone Wants In-Flight Wi-Fi, So Why Is Gogo Struggling?

Airlines

Investors Are Giving Up on Gogo Even as Airlines Add Wi-Fi

Poor Gogo. Its stock is getting pummeled in public markets, and there doesn't seem to be a lot of hope among investors. How will the company respond?

Investors Are Giving Up on Gogo Even as Airlines Add Wi-Fi

Airlines

Gogo CEO Concedes Company Lost Its Way — and Often the Wi-Fi Connectivity Too

How much of a future does Gogo have as an independent public company? We'll see. But it sounds like the new CEO is open to pursuing alternatives.

Gogo CEO Concedes Company Lost Its Way — and Often the Wi-Fi Connectivity Too

Airlines

Southwest Hoping Its ‘Lovable’ Reputation Will Help It Bounce Back

Southwest has built a reputation as a safe, reliable, and customer-friendly airline over nearly five decades. That has helped Southwest recently, as it has faced one of the biggest tragedies in its history.

Southwest Hoping Its ‘Lovable’ Reputation Will Help It Bounce Back

Airlines

Google Wants to Enter Aviation’s Broadband Wi-Fi Business

This would be a sneaky move by Google, but makes sense given the company's recent focus on improved travel tools for consumers. The more closely the online giant's products are integrated into the travel experience, the more traction it can gain in the travel space outside online booking. We've already seen them experiment, for instance, with Google Fi kiosks in U.S. airports.

Google Wants to Enter Aviation’s Broadband Wi-Fi Business

Airlines

Gogo Replaces CEO With Its Largest Shareholder

Something seems off about this. Yes, Gogo CEO Michael Small probably had to go. But shouldn't the company have chosen a new CEO with a background in telecommunications?

Gogo Replaces CEO With Its Largest Shareholder