The company, which lets users remain online while in flight, announced a partnership with Japan Airlines in late January. The deal brings Gogo Vision, a wireless in-flight entertainment service, to customers on Japan Airline's entire fleet of domestic aircraft. The service allows passengers to stream rented movies and television shows on their laptops or tablets via Wi-Fi. It also brings to the passengers free access to Japan Airlines' original content, such as anime, sports and music.
The two companies previously partnered in Oct. 2013 to bring Gogo's in-flight wireless connectivity to 77 aircraft in Japan Airlines' domestic fleet.
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