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Trimec adds L3 STC to list of competencies
The Gogo Avance L3 uses the same platform that the L5 uses and at an ‘attractive price point’ that aligns with the needs of Trimec Aviation's G200 customers. It is designed to provide a seamless Wi-Fi experience.

Trimec Aviation, a certified FAA Part 145 repair station and authorised full-service maintenance, repair and overhaul Gogo dealer based at Fort Worth Meacham International airport in Texas, has added the Gogo Avance L3 to its Avance L5 STC for the Gulfstream G200. The Avance L3 connectivity solution provides a seamless Wi-Fi experience for customers flying throughout North America.

“The Avance L3 option is a terrific connectivity package for G200 operators, and we have already had great response from our customers,” says John Holland, Trimec Aviation general manager. “This package uses the same proven platform that the L5 uses and at an attractive price point that aligns nicely with our G200 customers' needs. Our technicians are well versed in Gogo systems, and we look forward to many installations in the coming months.”

The Avance L3 system is small and light enough for virtually any business aircraft, provides connectivity to up to 25 devices and is customisable to a customer's needs, offering three different configuration packages.

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