Thursday, October 11, 2007

Alaska Airlines Testing In-Flight Internet Access

Alaska Airlines will be the first U.S. airline carrier to test satellite internet service on their flights. The wireless internet will be tested on one plane. If that goes well all 114 of their planes will get the service.
The airline, based in Seattle, is getting broadband service from a company called Row 44 Inc। They’ll put the service on a Boeing 737 jet next spring. The connection will hold over water and across international borders. They fly to Alaska, Hawaii, Canada and Mexico.

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