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Gogo Receives Supplemental Type Certificates (STC) from the FAA to Install Ku-Satellite Connectivity Service on Boeing 757-200 and 767-400 Aircraft

Nov. 7, 2014

 Gogo has received STCs from the FAA to install its Ku-band satellite equipment on Boeing 757-200 and 767-400 aircraft operated by Delta Air Lines.  Gogo now has five STCs for its Ku-band satellite service on Delta's international fleet; Gogo previously received FAA certification to install its Ku-band equipment on Boeing 747-400, 767-300 and Airbus A330 aircraft operated by Delta. 

With the newly-issued STCs, Gogo is one STC away from having regulatory approval to install its Ku service on Delta's entire international fleet.  Gogo expects to complete installations on Delta's international fleet in 2016. Gogo's Ku-band satellite connectivity service is currently available on 50 international aircraft operated by two airlines.

"This is another major milestone for Gogo and clears another hurdle in the process of outfitting Delta's international fleet with Wi-Fi," said Michael Small, Gogo's president and CEO. "As a full-service communications company that operates a global network at 30,000 feet, we are proud to offer a consistent connectivity experience anywhere our airline partners fly; whether it's on regional aircraft in the U.S., domestic mainline aircraft or long-haul international aircraft that travel around the world."