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iPass Gogo Inflight Internet

What is iPass Gogo Inflight Internet?

iPass Gogo Inflight Internet, powered by Aircell, turns a commercial airplane into a Wi-Fi hotspot with true Inflight Internet access. Passengers with Wi-Fi enabled devices, such as laptops, smartphones and e-readers, can surf the Web, check e-mail, instant message, access a corporate VPN and more.

Getting connected to iPass Gogo Inflight Internet

Connect using the iPass Mobile app and Gogo

  1. For instructions on how to connecto to a Gogo Inflight network, please see the information available directly from iPass here.

    Connect using a web browser

    You can use browser-based login to establish an iPass Gogo Inflight Internet connection if you are unable to open or connect via the iPass client, or if you are using a smartphone or handheld / mobile device.

    1. Open your Internet browser. This will take you to the Gogo Inflight Internet Roaming Users Log-in screen.
    2. Select iPass from the list of providers and enter your user credentials in the format:
      • cs.cmu/userid/remote@cs.cmu.edu
      and click on the SIGN IN button.
    3. Once you are signed in and authenticated, you will be connected to the iPass Gogo Inflight Internet service.