Gogo are continuing to push ahead – and announced that it has received a Supplemental Type Certificate for after-market installation of it’s 2Ku product aboard Boeing 777 aircraft.
Gogo have been building cases and obtaining STC’s over the past few years, covering a lot of the major types:
- From Airbus: A319, A320, A321, A330, A340 and A350
- -From Boeing: 737, 747, 757, 777
Gogo is working towards a Supplemental Type Certificate for the Boeing 767 – meaning Gogo should be able install its 2Ku product across the majority of fleets in the world.
It’s an important step for Gogo – least of all, this will allow Gogo’s 2Ku product to be installed on British Airways long haul fleet, as well as other carriers who have Boeing 777s in their fleets.
For airlines, it means also they can turn to one suppliers for the majority of their in-flight wi-fi installs – making for a more complete solution, allowing costs to be kept down, and a constant experience for passengers aboard a plane.
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