Alaska Airlines mulls Wi-Fi charge

04/15/2009 | · American City Business Journals

Alaska Airlines is mulling how much to charge for in-flight wireless service after an "overwhelmingly positive" test of the service. Surveys conducted by the airline indicated 96% of the passengers said they would use the service again, and 78% said they were "extremely likely" or "very likely" to recommend it. American Airlines and Delta, which are also testing in-flight Wi-Fi, currently charge $7.95 to $12.95 for the service.

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