The Gogo upgrade will give FlyExclusive private jet customers greater speed, capacity, and bandwidth.
FlyExclusive has tabbed Gogo Business Aviation’s Avance platform to upgrade 40 private jets in its fleet.
The Kinston, North Carolina-based company is the fifth-largest U.S. private jet operator based on charter and fractional flight hours.
“More than ever, our customers expect an inflight connectivity and entertainment experience consistent with what they experience on the ground,” said Chief Operating Officer Mike Guina in a press release.
He continued, “After careful consideration, we are excited to continue to utilize Gogo’s industry-leading Avance platform for connectivity upgrades. As a long-time Gogo customer, we rely on Avance to deliver a great inflight experience for our customers from a proven, trusted, and reliable partner.”
The operator currently has more than 90 aircraft flying with Gogo Avance L3, Avance L5, or Gogo classic ATG systems (ATG 5000, 4000, or 2000) onboard.
With flyExclusive’s selection of Gogo Avance L3 or Avance L5 for installation on 40 aircraft, Gogo remains the primary provider of inflight connectivity and entertainment fleetwide.
Gogo Senior Vice President Andy Geist said, “Avance provides platform-powered flexibility and control along with greater speed, capacity, and bandwidth so passengers and crew alike can customize their experience to meet their unique needs.”
L3 and L5 come 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.
As of March 31, 2023, Gogo reported 3,447 business aircraft flying with Gogo’s L5 or L3 system installed, 7,046 aircraft flying with its ATG systems onboard, and 4,485 aircraft with narrowband satellite connectivity installed.