Gogo (NASDAQ: GOGO) said it now has 2500 commercial aircraft flying with its connectivity solutions.
Out of the 2500 aircraft, more than 860 have been outfitted with the company´s higher capacity air-to-ground solution — ATG-4 — and more than 150 aircraft are installed with its Ku-band satellite system. The company expects nearly 1,000 aircraft to be flying with ATG-4 by the end of this year, which represents close to 40 percent of all Gogo equipped aircraft.
Today, Gogo has more than 700 commercial aircraft in its backlog. A majority of those aircraft are set to receive Gogo´s new 2Ku technology, which will significantly increase the amount of bandwidth to an aircraft.
Gogo is a leading global aero-communications service provider that offers in-flight Internet, entertainment, connected aircraft services for airline operations and a host of other communications-related services to the commercial and business aviation markets. Gogo has more than 1,000 employees and is headquartered in Chicago, IL, with additional facilities in Broomfield, CO, and various locations overseas.