Posted on: 02 February 2011 by Ross McSweeny
Aircell has expanded its network to offer the Gogo Biz inflight internet service onboard business aircraft operating in Alaska.
Gogo Biz coverage now includes Alaska’s more populous regions and key enroute segments, as well as the arrival and departure corridors for key airports. Already existing within Gogo Biz service plans, the Alaskan coverage means that there are no additional costs and no extra effort required for business aviation customers to enjoy the service.
“We’re pleased to extend Gogo Biz coverage to include Alaska,” commented John Wade, Aircell’s Executive Vice President and General Manager. “Gogo Biz is the fastest-selling service in our history and our newly expanded service area gives our customers an even greater chance to stay productive while they fly.”
Now also including portions of Alaska, Gogo Biz provides a true high-speed Internet service to business aircraft operators throughout the Continental U.S. Operating over its advanced air-to-ground network, Aircell claims that Gogo Biz is the only solution in business aviation that provides an internet experience similar to the ground, with equipment small and light enough to fit on virtually any business aircraft.