Gogo Inc., which filed right before Christmas, provides the in-flight connectivity, entertainment, and Internet services for several large airlines, including Delta, American, Virgin America, and US Airways. The filing was for up to $100 million, and the stock is set to trade under the ticker GOGO. Investors will have to hope that the performance of Boingo Wireless, (WIFI) doesn't hurt Gogo’s IPO value. As of Sept. 30, Gogo had equipped 1,177 commercial aircraft. Consolidated sales in the first nine months of 2011 grew 89% to $113.8 million. Lead underwriters included Morgan Stanley, J.P. Morgan and UBS. Major holders are Ripplewood Holdings, Oakleigh Thorne, and AC Partners.