CHICAGO, Illinois — Virgin America has postponed indefinitely its conversion to Gogo’s fast but expensive Ground-to-Orbit internet service that the companies announced last year would take place in 2014, Gogo CEO Michael Small told Aviation Week. The reason is believed to be cost and possibly time. It likely costs more than $200,000 per aircraft to install the hardware needed for the GTO service and it takes several days to do so, during which time the aircraft is pulled from ...


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