Gogo And Shareco Team Up to Provide Connectivity Solutions


Gogo And Shareco Team Up To Provide Connectivity Solutions

Gogo Inflight Internet announced this week that they have signed an agreement to collaborate with Shareco Technologies to provide connectivity services on commercial aircraft.

This partnership marks Gogo’s first venture into China, and it is also the biggest deal ever announced in the country in terms of in-flight connectivity. Under the terms of the deal, Gogo will also supply features such as in-flight entertainment options to Shareco to install on the aircraft. The companies’ goal is to install the systems onto fifty aircraft within two years.

“We are extremely excited to partner with Shareco to deliver in-flight connectivity to passengers in China,"

said Gogo's president and CEO, Michael Small.

  "2Ku was built on the premise of being able to deliver an experience similar to what passengers experience on the ground all over the world including the Chinese market. Gogo will help assure that Shareco is at the leading edge of in-flight connectivity technology today and in the future."

Gogo and Shareco will begin seeking the required approval to install their technology immediately. Shareco is one of the bigger Chinese providers of in-flight entertainment and connectivity options, supplying domestic and international commercial airlines.

"Shareco is a high-tech company dedicated to building an ecosystem in the cabin that will create unique in-flight experiences which will benefit both airlines and passengers,"

said Pan Yunbin, CEO of Shareco.

"We have been looking for great partners to find the best that can customize in-flight connectivity and in-flight entertainment solutions, as well as other things the passengers may be interested in. We believe that Gogo, as a pioneer in this field, is one of the best at providing these services."

Gogo is a provider of in-flight wifi to airlines such as American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, and many more.


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