Fractional operator Jet It will install Gogo’s Avance L3 WiFi across its HondaJet, Gulfstream G150, and Phenom 300 fleet.
Gogo Business Aviation’s connectivity solution for light jets, Gogo AVANCE L3, has been selected by Jet It.
The fractional operator will install the Gogo solution on its HondaJet, Gulfstream G150, and Embraer Phenom 300 fleet.
“After carefully evaluating every inflight connectivity solution, Gogo was the clear winner for the 26 aircraft in our fleet,” said Glenn Gonzales, founder and CEO of Jet It.
He adds, “We’ve been a longtime customer of Gogo’s, and the Avance L3 has been proven to meet the needs of our customers. The service Gogo provides is reliable and affordable, and their customer support meets the demanding schedules our busy coast-to-coast operations require.”
The company fractional provider operates Gogo connectivity systems on its HondaJet aircraft and has committed to installing Avance L3 on the remainder of the fleet, including every new Phenom 300 aircraft, according to a release from Gogo.
“We’re thrilled to partner with Jet It to bring connectivity and inflight entertainment to its travelers,” said Gogo Senior Vice President Andy Geist.
He adds, “The Avance L3 is the ultimate in scalability and flexibility and is ideal for midsize and light jets, delivering the benefits of the Gogo Avance platform in a small, lightweight form factor.”
Using the technology allows anyone onboard the aircraft can stay connected to email, send text messages, make voice calls, or access their favorite flight apps such as moving maps, weather, and flight information.
Three service offerings – Core, Plus, Max – deliver options for performance and a number of users, with affordable pricing to match virtually any budget.
Avance L3 comes equipped with Gogo Vision 360, which provides unlimited streaming of on-demand movies, TV programming, and news, along with leading digital magazine titles and a state-of-the-art 3D moving map. Gogo Vision has a fixed monthly price which eliminates the unpredictability and often high costs associated with inflight streaming.
According to The Jet Card Report by Private Jet Card Comparisons, 31.4% of subscribers require inflight WiFi, with that percentage increasing to 39.1% for 50+ hours annual flyers. More than 40% of respondents said they would like inflight connectivity “if possible.”
As of Sept. 30, 2022, Gogo reported 3,079 business aircraft flying with Gogo’s Avance L5 or L3 system installed, 6,777 aircraft flying with its ATG systems onboard, and 4,484 aircraft with narrowband satellite connectivity installed.