The best entertainment and internet waiting for you
With GOL online service, you can travel connected.
Learn everything about internet access during your flight or, if you prefer, click on “free entertainment” to discover the main features that are waiting for you on-board.
Here you can find out about important information about the GOL Online connectivity service.
- How to guarantee the best experience during the flight
In order to make your flight experience even better, take you earphone to listen to music and enjoy all the content of the GOL online platform.
- Aircrafts which have access to the GOL online platform
Currently, we have 114 aircrafts which offer GOL online.
They are identified with the service sticker and have the symbol painted on the "belly". Before and during the flight, our Team of Eagles also announces the availability of the service.
- Which aircrafts have the USB plug options in the seat
For your commodity, we have 114 aircrafts which offer USB plug in the seats.
- Main rules for using your portable devices during the flight
During take-off and landing, portable notebooks and DVD players that do not fit into the pockets in front of the passenger must be placed in the luggage compartment or placed in a backpack under the seats. When loose, this equipment can be thrown and cause injury.
Tablets and smartphones
The use of tablets, digital book readers, smartphones, mp3 players and video games on airplane mode is allowed throughout the flight, including take-off and landing.
It is allowed to make phone calls, send SMS or e-mails before take-off and after the landing.
Airplane mode and Bluetooth
Devices which do not have airplane mode must operate with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth disabled.
- Electronic devices prohibited during the flight
Some devices cannot be used at any moment. Learn which ones:
• AM/FM transmitters and receivers (including televisions and radios);
• Remote control equipment;
• Electronic cigarettes, pipes and cigars;
• Wireless mouse;
• Radio controlled toys;
• VHF scanners/receivers;
• Two-way communication equipment (unless the broadcast function is disabled), amateur transmitters, two-way radios or walkie-talkies.