Robert H. Mundheim Retires from Gogo Business Aviation Board

In-flight connectivity provider Gogo Business Aviation (NASDAQ: GOGO) announced the retirement of Robert H. Mundheim from its Board of Directors, effective January 2. Mundheim had served on the company’s board since 2012.

Bringing a wealth of experience as a reputed attorney and corporate governance expert, Mundheim has significantly contributed to Gogo’s business operations over his 11-year tenure. His influential roles extended beyond his directorship, encompassing the chair of the company’s compensation committee and a seat on its nominating and governance committee.

Oakleigh Thorne, the CEO and chair of Gogo, extended his gratitude to Mundheim for his leadership and invaluable contribution. “Bob’s voice has been vital to our company’s transformation, and it has been a true privilege to witness his passion for Gogo,” Thorne praised. “On behalf of the Board and the Gogo community, we offer our sincere gratitude to Bob for sharing his leadership and wisdom in building a company we are very proud of today.”

Broomfield, Colo.-based Gogo Business Aviation is the world’s largest broadband connectivity provider for the business aviation market. The company offers a customizable suite of smart cabin systems including integrated connectivity, in-flight entertainment, and voice solutions, installed across thousands of business aircrafts of all sizes and mission types.