Southwest will phase out Gogo Wi-Fi on AirTran aircraft

02/28/2012 | APEX Editor's Blog

Southwest Airlines says it will gradually phase out the Gogo-produced Wi-Fi system on its merger-acquired AirTran aircraft and replace it with the Row 44 Ku-band satellite-supported in-flight connectivity solution the airline is adding to its existing fleet of Southwest planes. "As [AirTran] aircraft are converted to the Southwest brand, they will have the Row 44 technology on them," a spokeswoman noted.

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