Alaska Airlines goes one up on its rivals in the near future, allowing you to enjoy Wi-Fi connectivity aboard all their flights, regardless of the bird which you’re assigned to. This is made possible thanks to their collaboration with Aircell’s Gogo service aboard all aircraft. Currently, both parties are working hard to install the service on a Boeing 737-800 followed by rigorous testing that has the ultimate aim of receiving an approval and certification from the FAA. There will be a base price of $4.95 for the Wi-Fi service once available, and that too depends on the length of the flight and the device which you’re going to hook up with.
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