Posted on: 12 February 2018 by Alexander Preston
Gogo Business Aviation’s new in-flight connectivity system – Gogo AVANCE L3 – has received Supplemental Type Certification (STC) and Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA) from the FAA.
The company is already fulfilling orders that have already been booked and installations are underway via Gogo’s dealer network.
“AVANCE L3 delivers the ultimate in flexibility,” said Mike Syverson, senior vice president of development for Gogo Business Aviation. “The AVANCE software-centric platform gives us capabilities that are transformative to business aviation. Users are no longer constrained by the hardware itself and there’s no need for downtime in a hangar if business needs evolve and require different service levels.”
The new system provides a level of flexibility that allows operators to tailor their passengers’ experience and control and manage the number of devices they allow to connect.
Three service offerings are available:
CORE: For customers primarily interested in email, voice and light internet browsing capabilities, Core enables up to five devices. Hourly and monthly service plans available.
PLUS: For customers looking for full internet connectivity in addition to email, Plus enables up to seven devices. Monthly service plans available.
MAX: Delivers similar capabilities that Plus does, but Max enables up to 25 devices. Monthly service plans available.