Alaska Airlines yesterday launched a 60-day customer trial of inflight Wi-Fi service in conjunction with Row 44, allowing passengers aboard a 737-700 to use wireless Internet service on their own laptops or other devices. Service initially will be free. "After a successful trial period, the airline will determine the schedule for rolling out the commercial availability of its wireless Internet service to its entire fleet of aircraft," it said. The product has been in development for more ...

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