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Turism&Travel : Alaska Airlines inflight Wi-Fi available on most every aircraft

Friday 03 June 2011

SEATTLE, Wash.
- Alaska Airlines announced today that Gogo¼ Inflight Internet service is now available on nearly all aircraft in its fleet. With the installation of the service scheduled for completion later this month, Alaska's fleet will be 92 percent Wi-Fi equipped, which includes its 737-800 and –900 aircraft flying predominantly longer routes. Only seven of the airline's 117 Boeing 737s will not offer Wi-Fi, including its freighter and combi (part-passenger/part-freight) aircraft and three 737-400s.

"We're pleased to be able to offer inflight Wi-Fi service to our customers flying throughout our U.S. mainland and Alaska route network," said Joe Sprague, the airline's vice president of marketing. "For our business travelers, especially, the ability to access e-mail and the Internet is a great benefit."

Customers traveling on Wi-Fi-equipped planes can enjoy complimentary access to Facebook throughout the month of June. Alaska Airlines has launched a Facebook app whereby fans can play an instant win game for the chance to win free trips-for-two to Hawaii every Wednesday. The online game, called Alaska Airlines¼ "Nuts for Hawaiiℱ," started May 12 and continues every Wednesday through July 20
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