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Gogo Gets Approval for Galileo Antennae

HDX, FDX Development Coming Along Smoothly

Gogo Business Aviation has been granted FCC approval for their Gogo Galileo Terminals, allowing them to commercialize and operate the HDX and FDX antenna terminals on US-registered aircraft.

The company will soon be rolling out the Galileo HDX and FDX antenna terminals for business aircraft, that is, once they finish their battery of testing. The HDX will be flight tested sometime this summer, being placed on the Gogo Challenger 300 testbed. The HDX terminal will therefore be the first to hit the market, with the FDX hopefully trailing it by a short time.

The FDX antenna will one day be the fave for those who demand peak performance from their in-flight internet. It offers quicker data transfers, higher throughput, and lower latency than the current roster of LTE antennas on the market. That performance comes with a penalty, as things often do: The FDX will only fit on larger aircraft than the smaller, lighter, more compact HDX.

“Receiving the ESIM license for the HDX and FDX terminals represents an important milestone in bringing the Gogo Galileo service to market by year end,” said Crystal Gordon, executive vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary for Gogo. “This regulatory milestone also paves the way for additional regulatory authorizations in other countries.”

FMI: www.gogoair.com

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