Delta Private Jets, Gogo partner to deliver 4g service for business aviation

Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) wholly owned subsidiary Delta Private Jets (DPJ) has signed a fleet-wide agreement with Gogo, Inc. (NASDAQ: GOGO) to deliver a 4G inflight experience to DPJ customers, the company said.

DPJ is first FAA-certificated Part 135 air carrier to add Gogo Biz 4G service to its fleet, and plans to equip its fleet of more than 70 aircraft with Gogo Biz 4G.

The new service includes Gogo Vision, providing the movies, TV, flight tracker, weather reports, and additional features; Gogo Text & Talk, allowing passengers to call and text with their personal smart phones and mobile numbers; streaming video and audio; as well as face-to-face conversations with a user´s favorite applications; email with attachments and web browsing in the continental US and large portions of Alaska and Canada.

Delta Private Jets is a private jet company affiliated with a major commercial airline.

Gogo is a provider of inflight connectivity and wireless in-flight entertainment solutions to the global aero market.

Delta Private Jets, Inc. provides aircraft charter services and aircraft management. The company operates its only FBO (fixed base operation), the Delta Jet Center, at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG), as well as the Tech Service Center, a comprehensive maintenance, repair and overhaul facility (MRO).