In-Flight entertainment and connectivity provider Gogo Business Aviation which serves the professional and business flight sector has signed up Jet Edge to provide 4G streaming to the private jet charter operator.
The joint statement says the long-term partnership will upgrade Jet Edge’s AdvantEdge and Managed super-mid and large cabin fleet to AVANCE L5, Gogo’s most popular connectivity system that delivers a robust inflight 4G Wi-Fi experience.
Gogo’s advanced system enables the use of popular streaming services such as Netflix, YouTube, and Hulu, video conferencing, and on-demand movie viewing. Passengers are able to access high-speed internet for web browsing on their personal smartphones, laptops, and tablets. Real-time data for cockpit apps, and remote diagnostics and support are also available.
“Jet Edge is proud to partner with Gogo, the industry leader for high-speed Wi-Fi,” comments Bill Papariella, CEO/Jet Edge. “The AVANCE L5 system is truly a game changer for connectivity in the air. Providing inflight streaming and overall faster speed is yet another way we are enhancing and evolving our fleet to deliver an exceptional private aviation experience for our clients.”
Jet Edge says it offers the most extensive and elevated selection of point-to-point super-mid Bombardier Challenger and large cabin Gulfstream aircraft in the US, and will have the first-ever fleet to be entirely equipped with Gogo AVANCE L5. The conversion is slated for final completion by end of Q3-2021. The commitment to an all-AVANCE L5 Charter fleet has already begun, with over 20 aircraft now equipped with Gogo’s 4G Wi-Fi connectivity.
“Our relationship with Jet Edge goes back many years and we’re thrilled they’ve chosen Gogo to provide connectivity across their entire fleet,” said Sergio Aguirre, president of Gogo Business Aviation. “By upgrading to the AVANCE L5, it shows the commitment Jet Edge is making to its clients to provide the best inflight connectivity and entertainment experience in business aviation, with a path to Gogo 5G in the future.”