Webcast: Gogo Set to Unveil the Future of In-flight Internet Technology
Wednesday, September 11, 2013 from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM (EDT)
Nearly five years to the date after revolutionizing air travel with the launch of its in-flight Internet service, Gogo, the world leader of in-flight connectivity and wireless in-flight digital entertainment solutions, is once again set to revolutionize the service with the announcement of its next generation technology. David Cush, President and CEO of Virgin America, will join Gogo’s CEO, Michael Small for a live Webcast from the Airline Passenger Experience Expo in Anaheim, Calif. to announce the new technology. Virgin America was the first U.S. airline to offer Gogo on all its flights and was the launch customer for Gogo's ATG-4 service.
- To attend the Webcast and add it to your calendar, register here.
- The Webcast will be streamed from Gogo’s blog, the link will be emailed to you upon completing this registration.
- The event will take place at 2:30 p.m. EDT on Sept. 11
- Gogo CEO, Michael Small; Virgin America President and CEO, David Cush; and Gogo’s CTO, Anand Chari will be making the announcement and available for questions after the event.
Runway Girl Network and Gogo.
Runway Girl Network is daring to do what no other aviation news service has done before. Working with a cadre of incredibly talented aviation journalists from around the world, Runway Girl Network combines deep industry intelligence with first-hand knowledge of the passenger experience to provide unrivaled free news and insight to both stakeholders and the traveling public. An inherently “social” site, our goal is to completely transform the traditional aviation B2B trade news model to encompass a B2B2C model that considers passengers’ needs and wants. Expect in-depth coverage across four key categories: Passenger Safety, Comfort, Connectivity and Services.
Gogo® is fast becoming everyone’s favorite part of flying. By allowing travelers to get online, in air, Gogo keeps them connected to life. Using Gogo’s exclusive network and services, passengers with laptops and other Wi-Fi enabled devices can get online on all domestic AirTran Airways and Virgin America flights and on select Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, United Airlines and US Airways flights – as well as on thousands of business aircraft – bringing the total to more than 6,000 Gogo equipped aircraft to date.