Debevoise Advises Gogo in Its $400 Million Sale of its Commercial Aviation Business to Intelsat

1 September 2020

Debevoise & Plimpton LLP is advising Gogo Inc. in its $400 million sale of its Commercial Aviation business to Intelsat. For more information, please see Gogo’s press release and Intelsat’s press release.

Gogo is an inflight internet company and is a leading global provider of broadband connectivity products and services for aviation. Intelsat operates the world’s largest and most advanced satellite fleet and connectivity infrastructure.

The Debevoise team is led by M&A partners Sue Meng and Kevin Rinker and includes M&A counsel Molly Stockley and associates Kimberly Drexler, Sarah Jacobson, and Dominique Trudelle, finance partner Scott Selinger, counsel Zahra Sowder and associate Elizabeth Ferrie, capital markets partner Matthew Kaplan and counsel Nicholas Pellicani, tax partner Michael Bolotin and associates Jay Evans and Benjamin Friedman, benefits partner Jonathan Lewis and associates Jeri Brown and Simone Hicks, intellectual property partner Jeffrey Cunard and associates Tigist Kassahun and Jason LeBlanc, restructuring partner Natasha Labovitz and associates Colin O’Neal and Daniel Stroik, real estate associate Isaac Stern, litigation counsel Erica Weisgerber and antitrust associates Anne-Mette Heemsoth and Leah Martin.