American Airlines files to break Gogo Wi-Fi contract

Wednesday 17 February 2016 | 18:18 CET | News
American Airlines has filed a lawsuit in Texas, asking how it can break its in-flight Wi-Fi contract with Gogo, after finding out that ViaSat's service is better, the Fort Worth Star Telegram reported. The Wall Street Journal said the news sent Gogo shares on a 30 percent dive on 16 February.

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