Gogo1Gogo, the world leader of in-flight connectivity, celebrates the fifth year anniversary of its first Internet enabled commercial flight this month. Five years ago, Gogo revolutionized the in-flight experience by offering an Air-To-Ground, cellular based network that enabled passengers to connect to the Internet above 30,000 feet and traveling at speeds in excess of 500 miles-per-hour.  Today, more than a million passengers a month use the service to stay connected in-flight. Gogo’s connectivity service can now be found on nearly 2,000 commercial aircraft over nine major airline partners.  More than 7,000 commercial flights each day are connected using Gogo’s service.

Gogo compiled a list of key milestones that cover the five year history of their connectivity service in an infographic that can be found here.

 

 

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