Alaska Airlines has nearly completed outfitting its fleet of 117 Boeing 737s with Gogo Inflight Internet service; it will be 92% equipped "later this month." Nine aircraft will not offer Wi-Fi, including its freighter and combi aircraft, and three leased 737-400s, which will be returned to the lessor in 2012. "We're pleased to be able to offer inflight Wi-Fi service to our customers flying throughout our US mainland and Alaska route network," said AS VP-Marketing ...

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