Alaska Airlines has introduced Gogo inflight internet aboard most of its flights and is celebrating by offering passengers free Wi-Fi access for smartphones and iPod touch devices until the end of September.

The Gogo service enables passengers to browse the web, use emails, access online music, play games, view podcasts and connect to private networks throughout their flight.

It is available from US$4.95 on other Wi-Fi enabled devices including laptops, iPads, netbooks and tablet computers.  Charges are based on the length of flight and the device used.

From 30 September, charges will apply to use Gogo internet on all devices in flight. 

Alaska Airlines and its partner, Horizon Air, are based in Seattle, Washington, and fly to over 90 destinations in the United States, Canada and Mexico. 

From Australia, passengers can connect with Alaska Airlines in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Hawaii.

Alaska Airlines is a code share partner with Qantas on flights from Australia to the US cities of Seattle, Portland and Anchorage, and to Vancouver and Calgary in Canada.  It is also a partner airline with V Australia on flights from Los Angeles to Seattle, Washington, Vancouver and Mexico. 

Alaska Airlines is represented in Australia by World Aviation Systems.  For more information or to make a booking, contact 1300 304 135.


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