Gogo Teams With SES To Provide More Global In-Flight Internet Options
Gogo plans to tilize high-throughput Ku-band capacity on current and future SES multi-beam satellites serving the continental United States, the Atlantic Ocean Region and Europe. SES operates a worldwide fleet of 50 geostationary satellites, and Gogo expects to use this technology to offer airlines connectivity services on international fleets flying transatlantic routes, as well as regional fleets flying within Europe and the United States.
More Internet on more planes? Sounds great to the working crowd, but probably not-so-great to those who used to look forward to a break once that cabin door was sealed.