Gogo Business Aviation has formerly fixed a new typical onboard connectivity with its AVANCE L5 and L3 schemes now connected and airborne on 2,000 commercial airliners. Joint, the two schemes have winged nearly 600,000 trips, ingesting 262.61 terabytes of data.
Gogo achieved these signposts in less than four years, ensuring the first AVANCE L5 connection in October 2017, emphasizing Gogo’s headship in commercial flying onboard connectivity and entertaining.
“The AVANCE L5 and L3 better-quality performance and functionality over our Definitive ATG schemes endure to delight our clienteles and drive request.” stated Sergio Aguirre, President of Gogo Business Aviation. “The necessity for class connectivity has never been more significant than it is nowadays, and we don’t see that decelerating down.”
The Gogo AVANCE L5 podium transports a 4G involvement to commercial planes of all kinds and dimensions, from dainty jets to the most powerful worldwide commercial jets. All these planes will be capable of taking benefit of the new Gogo 5G system, planned to be propelled in 2022. AVANCE L3, which was propelled in January 2018, delivers an outstanding user knowledge that is customizable across three shapes and comes in a bubbly, lesser form factor than the L5, making it an idyllic solution for smaller planes, including turboprops and dainty jets.
Today AVANCE L5 and L3 onboard connectivity schemes are proficient on almost every airplane type and model – from turboprops to big heavy iron ultra-long-range airframes – direct from the plant or aftermarket.
In other news, Duncan Aviation’s Lincoln, Nebraska, service is oncoming its 250th connection of a Gogo Avance L5 in-flight flying connectivity scheme. The landmark gear connection will be carried out by Duncan avionics techs in a Gulfstream GV-SP using one of the nine STCs industrialized by the MRO provider’s manufacturing and warranty section.
“The extended, prolific association between Duncan Aviation and Gogo Business Aviation delivers a noteworthy advantage to our shared clienteles,” said Duncan Aviation’s Lincoln-based modifications sales manager Nate Klenke.