Alaska Airlines, which tested Row 44's inflight Internet service last year, has chosen instead to offer Aircell's Gogo inflight Internet on its passenger fleet, excluding combis, by year end. The decision will prompt Aircell to add coverage in Alaska. It currently provides Wi-Fi coverage in the lower 48 states but said it wants "to ensure the service is available to the airline's namesake state." A 60-day customer trial of Row 44's inflight Internet conducted onboard an AS 737-700 last year ...

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