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Duncan Aviation to develop STCs for Gogo business aviation's 4G service

Posted 20 October 2016 · Add Comment

Duncan Aviation has announced it will be installing the new Gogo 4G system when it's ready in the first half of 2017.

“Duncan Aviation’s experience when it comes to Wi-Fi installations is unmatched in the industry and Gogo’s 4G system will be a difference-maker for our clients who are thirsty for the higher-speed service,” said Steve Elofson, Duncan Aviation Avionics Installation sales rep. “Our trained and experienced avionics technicians have installed more than 575 systems, and we’re looking forward to certifying and installing the next generation of Wi-Fi solutions, including Gogo’s 4G system and its next generation system in 2018.”

Duncan Aviation, a full-service maintenance, repair and overhaul Gogo dealer, will develop 4G STCs for the Falcon 900 series, Bombardier Global Express series, Challenger 600 series and Gulfstream 200 aircraft. Duncan Aviation will participate as a partner for hardware sales and installations on other business aircraft as well. 

“Duncan Aviation has installed hundreds of Gogo Biz inflight connectivity systems in the last few years and is one of our most valuable partners,” said Andy Geist, senior vice president of business aviation solutions for Gogo. “The Duncan Aviation brand is one of the most trusted in the industry and our partnership is critical as we continually look to provide the best inflight connectivity experience possible.”

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