Articles tagged “in-flight Wi-Fi”

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

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

Brian Sumers, Skift

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.

1 year ago

Gogo Makes Moves to End Its In-Flight Wi-Fi Dispute With American Air

Gogo Makes Moves to End Its In-Flight Wi-Fi Dispute With American Air

Marisa Garcia, Skift

While only 200 aircraft of American’s Wi-Fi installed fleet are involved in this counter-bid, Gogo will want to prove that its 2Ku Wi-Fi product can satisfactorily compete with ViaSat’s Exede Wi-Fi product.

4 years ago

China Eastern Becomes First Chinese Carrier to Launch Global In-Flight Wi-Fi

China Eastern Becomes First Chinese Carrier to Launch Global In-Flight Wi-Fi

Marisa Garcia, Skift

Wi-Fi suppliers are, quite literally, in a space race to win the Wi-Fi market. New satellites in orbit and due to launch will allocate greater bandwidth, and deliver higher speeds, to meet the needs of airlines and their customers alike. While there is still a way to go before in-flight Wi-Fi is ubiquitous, we’re getting closer every day.

4 years ago