It seems GoGo has picked up another customer, with Air France-KLM Group joining the growing customer base.
Air France Boeing 777-300ER at Paris Orly – Image, Economy Class and Beyond
The installation will be aboard selected wide-bodied aircraft in the Air France-KLM fleet, split along the following numbers:
- 68 Boeing 777 family
- 15 Airbus A330 family
- 29 Boeing 777 family
- 12 Airbus A330 family
This will be a total install of 124 aircraft across the fleets. Options exist for further installations in the aircraft fleets.
GoGo will be installing their 2KU product aboard these planes.
GoGo 2KU raydome – Image, Economy Class and Beyond at Aircraft Interiors Expo 2016.
2KU can deliver up to 40mbs to the passenger seat aboard the plane. This allows you to video stream and use high-bandwidth applications.
This follows the ongoing installation of WiFi aboard the groups Boeing 787 Dreamliners – which use Panasonic KA connectivity to provide WiFi to the cabin.
Michel Pozas Lucic, Vice President Customer Innovation and Care at Air France-KLM states:
“We want to offer our customers the best possible solution to stay connected. By installing the latest WiFi technology on board on more than 120 aircraft in our long-haul fleet, we are once again illustrating our ability to innovate and provide all our passengers with the best possible experience”.
Installation of the will be equipped with WiFi on board starting from end 2017, a total of 124 long-haul aircraft, with the bulk of the installations occurring in 2018-2019.
Air France-KLM joins IAG Group (British Airways, Iberia, Aer Lingus), Delta Air Lines and Air Canada as GoGo 2KU customers.
Currently GoGo’s 2KU is flying with AeroMexico and GOL.
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