• Program will deliver one of the most advanced and comprehensive in-flight connectivity and entertainment experiences in the private aviation industry

Broomfield, CO | April 15, 2015– Gogo Inc. (NASDAQ: GOGO), a leading provider of in-flight connectivity and entertainment solutions to the global aero market, announces that its subsidiary, Gogo Business Aviation LLC, has been selected by NetJets, a Berkshire Hathaway company and the worldwide leader in private aviation, for a new program that will bring a minimum of 650 Gogo in-flight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) systems to the NetJets fleet.

The program will provide NetJets customers with a full suite of IFEC capabilities including voice and texting (via passengers’ own smartphones and mobile numbers), Internet, e-mail, on-demand movies, TV episodes, news, moving maps, flight progress information, destination weather and more.

No other fractional provider is believed to offer such an advanced and complete in-flight connectivity and entertainment experience to its customers. Adam Johnson, NetJets’ SVP of Global Sales, Marketing and Owner Services said, “We continue to incorporate the latest in market trends to our fleet offerings through partnerships like we have developed with Gogo. Collectively, these help to create the customer experience that is so unique to NetJets.”

John Wade, Gogo Business Aviation’s executive vice president and general manager, said, “We’re pleased to continue our long-standing relationship with NetJets while helping deliver a new level of in- flight experience to its owners. Connectivity and entertainment services are significant competitive differentiators in today’s fractional market. Behind safety, we continue to hear those services cited as most critical by passengers.”

Today’s announcement marks a number of historic aviation milestones:

  • Business aviation’s largest fleet selection of In-Flight Entertainment (IFE)
  • Business aviation’s first fleet selection of Gogo Vision
  • First deployment of automatic IFE content updates in fractional market
  • First selection of Gogo Text & Talk in the fractional market
  • Business aviation’s largest fleet selection of Gogo Text & Talk to date
  • First selection of UCS 5000 smart router/media server in fractional market

The program will deploy a host of individual products, services and on-board hardware from Gogo Business Aviation, including:

  • Gogo Biz – in-flight Internet and voice service
  • Gogo Text & Talk – service that enables calling and texting in flight with passengers’ own smartphones and mobile numbers.
  • Gogo Vision – in-flight entertainment and information service
    • Includes on-demand movies, TV episodes, news, moving maps, flight progress information and destination weather.
    • Operationally, Gogo Vision will be updated automatically via Gogo Cloud, the company’s exclusive, nationwide content delivery network. Gogo Cloud is now available at select Signature Flight Support locations in the U.S.
  • UCS 5000 – in-cabin smart router and media server

Installations aboard the first aircraft in the program have already been completed at Duncan Aviation facilities in Lincoln, NE, and Battle Creek, MI.

– Already operating business aviation’s largest fleet of connected aircraft, NetJets adding Aircell’s Gogo Biz Service to nearly 100 additional aircraft

Broomfield, CO | August 29, 2012– Aircell, a leading provider of in-flight connectivity equipment and services to the business aviation market, announces that NetJets® is adding in-flight Internet service from Aircell to nearly 100 additional aircraft in its fleet.

In 2010, NetJets made history when it elected to offer in-flight Internet service aboard more than 250 aircraft – representing what Aircell believes to be business aviation’s largest-ever in-flight connectivity order. Today’s announcement for 100 additional systems will expand NetJets’ connected fleet by approximately 40%.

With the service, NetJets passengers and flight crews can enjoy high-speed Internet capabilities above 10,000 feet in the continental U.S. and portions of Alaska, using their own Wi-Fi enabled laptops, tablets, smartphones, electronic flight bags and other mobile devices.

“For both business and pleasure, our Owners value the ability to stay connected while they travel,” said Chuck Suma, NetJets’ Senior Vice President, Aircraft Management. “Connectivity is an integral part of our Owner experience, and the decision to expand was driven by the needs of Owners of our fractional share and card products.”

John Wade, Aircell’s Executive Vice President and General Manager, said, “NetJets’ decision to expand what is already business aviation’s largest fleet of connected aircraft speaks directly to the increasingly important role connectivity plays in the life of today’s traveler. We’re pleased to continue our long-standing relationship with NetJets on this important program.”

The installation process is already underway at Duncan Aviation, and the entire retrofit program is expected to be completed by mid-2014.