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Gogo Partners with StubHub to bring Airline Passengers Free Access to World’s Largest Ticket Marketplace

Original Article: Gogo Partners with StubHub to bring Airline Passengers Free Acess to World’s Largest Ticket Marketplace

ITASCA, Ill., June 7, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Gogo, a leader of in-flight connectivity and a pioneer in wireless in-flight digital entertainment solutions, announced today that it has partnered with StubHub to give passengers onboard all Gogo equipped flights free access to the world’s largest online ticket marketplace.


Passengers can now purchase tickets to games, concerts, and theater shows while they’re traveling to their destination city.

Accessing StubHub on Gogo is easy. Once the aircraft hits 10,000 feet, passengers can simply open their laptop, tablet or mobile device and launch their browser. From there, they will automatically be directed to Gogo’s in-air multimedia platform and one click access to StubHub.

“Adding StubHub to our growing list of in-air e-commerce partners that are now available on Gogo’s multimedia platform is exciting news for air travelers,” said Ash ElDifrawi, chief marketing officer at Gogo. “Passengers who access Gogo have free access to a variety of activities including gaming, shopping, news and entertainment, destination related content and now StubHub.”

“We are excited to work with Gogo to provide air travelers with access to a host of live entertainment options at their destination, no matter what device they connect with,” said Geoff Lester, Head of Partnerships and Business Development, US. “Between our mobile apps, mobile site, and of course, StubHub.com, StubHub is the perfect place for fans on the go to find tickets to the games and shows they want to see, even on the day of the event.”

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