Business travelers coming from Toronto need to remain productive in the air, even while they're on the ground. Before now, that wasn't possible for many passengers who are part of the workforce.
Gogo, an in-air wireless internet provider, was recently granted permission by Industry Canada to equip certain flights in Canada and some to the United States with wireless connectivity.
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"This license will allow us to offer seamless connectivity service for both our commercial airline partners and business aviation customers operating between the U.S. and Canada," said Michael Small, president and CEO of Gogo. "Whether it's on a commercial or business aircraft, passengers traveling in Canada can soon experience the same technology that has a proven track record of performance and reliability in the U.S."
Commercial and business aircraft will both soon have a Wi-Fi signal, allowing travelers with a wide range of devices to connect to the internet while on their flights.
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