Five years ago, Gogo revolutionized the in-flight experience by offering an Air-To-Ground, cellular based network that enabled passengers to connect to the Internet above 30,000 feet and traveling at speeds in excess of 500 miles-per-hour. Today, more than a million passengers a month use the service to stay connected in-flight. Gogo’s connectivity service can now be found on nearly 2,000 commercial aircraft over nine major airline partners. More than 7,000 commercial flights each day are connected using Gogo’s service.
In today’s blog post, we’ll cover something all frequent fliers can use (besides Gogo of course) – peace and quiet. For years, Bose has ruled the skies, and if you look up the aisle of your average business route plane, you’ll see plenty of passengers wearing the larger on-ear Bose QuietComfort headphones. They are not cheap, but not much else performs as well as these noise canceling headphones. Today, we’ll look at the newest from the Bose labs – the QuietComfort 20 headphones. Continue reading
Introducing Gogo gift cards — the perfect present for any jolly traveler!
Our new gift cards are available in standard and eCard option. Both options allow for a personal message to be added. Standard cards arrive in just 3-5 business days, and you can order as late as 12/17 for delivery on time for Christmas. eCards are delivered in 1-2 business days.
Best of all, these cards never expire – ever!
Cards are available with 2, 4 or 8 Gogo sessions. You’ll find the purchase page, along with more information at gogo.to/giftcard.
Share the joy with our social media sharing buttons below, and perhaps a loved one will get the hint and treat you to some of your own Gogo gift cards!
Gogo recently attended the yearly Airline Passenger Experience Expo in Long Beach, CA. This event showcases the latest in airline passenger amenities, with everything from the latest headphones to wireless inflight entertainment systems (like our own Gogo Vision product).
Each year, we give away promotional items to the thousands of visitors attending the event. In recent years, we simply handed out these items to anyone interested, but this year, we decided to spice things up a little. Several weeks before the event, we reached out to RFID experts Tagstand to help develop a mobile app and specially programmed NFC (Near Field Communications) tags.
These tags were printed on Gogo “boarding passes” which were handed out at a lunch event (sponsored by Gogo).