Aircell announced Tuesday that its GoGo Inflight
internet service has been installed on 1,000 planes,with plans to reach 2,000 aircrafts by 2011.
That means one-third of all mainline aircraft flying every day in the United States has Gogo Inflight service onboard. This month alone has been extremely busy for aircell, which has equipped numerous Alaska Airlines, American Airlines and Delta Air Lines planes with the service.
"This is a big milestone for our company and for consumers who want to stay connected at 30,000 feet," said Michael Small,
President and CEO of Aircell. "A few years ago Internet on a
commercial flight was unheard of, and today it is commonplace. I want
to thank our team and our airline partners for their dedication, but
more importantly our customers who make our daily growth possible."