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"We are excited to provide onboard Wi-Fi services to our clients who fly to our U.S. continent and Alaska," said Joe Sprague, VP of Global Airport International Airport Markets. "Especially for our corporate travellers, the possibility of accessing e-mails and the web is a great advantage. "Clients travelling on Wi-Fi-equipped aircraft can get free Facebook all June.
At Alaska Airlines, we've introduced a Facebook application that allows our customers to enter an on Wednesday prize draw to earn free travel to Hawaii for two. Alaska Airlines® "Nuts for Hawaii?", the name of the on-line gaming application, began on 12 May and runs every Wednesday until 20 July 2011. Gogo allows Alaska Airlines customers with Wi-Fi capable equipment to search the Internet, listen to on-line soundtracks, enjoy gaming, listen to live video clips, listen to and listen to podcasts as well as surf the web, email and join personal phone lines and network connections.
This user-friendly solution provides full high-speed high-speed high-speed high-speed connection to the public via full Wi-Fi connection on any WLAN-equipped notebook or PC with a speed equivalent to the speed of high-speed terrestrial WLANs. The Gogo also has 24-hour Wi-Fi passports on board and month season tickets. Clients can go to www.alaskaair.com/wifi for more information about Wi-Fi on board Alaska Airlines.
Airplanes fitted with on-board Wi-Fi access have a Wi-Fi icon in front of the airplane entrance and information in the backrest pocket. Together, Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air, Alaska Air Group (NYSE:ALK) affiliates, operate in 90 major airports throughout Alaska, Lower 48, Hawaii, Canada and Mexico. You can find more information and messages in the Alaska Airlines/Horizon Air Newsroom at www.alaskaair.com/newsroom.
The Aircell® is the world's premier supplier of in-flight connectivity. The Aircell® is the world's largest in-flight connector. In 2006, Aircell won an FCC frequencies licence and established a groundbreaking wireless broad-band infrastructure for corporate and corporate use. The Aircell and Gogo® in-flight portals revolutionised the air travel experiences of airlines in 2008 by providing a rugged 35,000-foot web presence.
The Aircell Network also provides airline operators with operational connectivity and a way to improve aircraft operator experience with improved aircraft cabins, including voice, TV, video and more. Gogo®, Powered by Aircell, turns an airliner into a Wi-Fi hot spot with real on-board Wi-Fi connection. Wi-Fi capable travellers - such as laptop computers, smart phones and handhelds - can browse the web, retrieve email, send immediate messages, connect to a company' APN and more.
Sockets for Hawaii? game details: Alaska Airlines® Nuits for Hawaii Instant Win Game is open for participation and the game can only be play between 8:00 a.m. Pacific Time and 7:59:59:59 p.m. Pacific Time (the "Game Time") on the following 2011 dates: 18 May, 25 May, 1 June, 8 June, 15 June, 22 June, 29 June, 6 July, 13 July and 20 July (the "play dates").
Immediate prizes can be given at any point during the playing period. Participants may be playing the game on a date after the instant prizes have been given. It is open to lawful residents of AK, AZ, CA, CO, GA, HI, ID, IL, MD, MA, MN, MO, MT, NV, NJ, OR, TX, VA, WA or DC who are 18 years of age or older at the date of entering the country, and lawful citizens of AB or BC, Canada, who have reached the retirement ages of the majority in their courts of domicile at the date of entering the country, and who meet all other requirements specified in the rules of the game.
Please check out for the formal regulations, which include participation detail, prize list, chances of winnings, etc., at www.facebook.com/AlaskaAirlines. to Alaska Airlines Inc. Facebook® does not sponsor, support, manage or associate this game with Facebook® in any way. 2011 Alaska Airlines Inc.