Gogo plans to speed up its aircraft internet system: COO

By Alwyn Scott NEW YORK (Reuters) – In-flight internet provider Gogo Inc said on Wednesday it is building a faster version of its air-to-ground system for business and commercial aircraft that will ease a bandwidth bottleneck when it becomes available in 18 months. The service will provide speeds of 100 megabits per second to an aircraft, about 10 times more than Gogo’s existing system, Chief Operating Officer John Wade said in an interview. Shares of Gogo were up 2.3 percent in afternoon trading to $12.64.

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