AlaskaWiFi.com is the portal to connect to Alaska Airlines Wi-Fi. Learn about Alaska Airlines Inflight Wi-Fi and its pricing to stay connected in the air.
How To Connect To Alaska Airlines Wi-Fi?
- Turn on Airplane Mode and connect to the “Alaska_WiFi” or “gogoinflight” Wi-Fi network.
- Open a browser and type AlaskaWiFi.com in the address bar.
- Select a plan and you will be connected to Alaska Airlines Wi-Fi.
- USD 8.00 – Available for all flights except above Arctic Circle
- USD 8.00 – Valid for E175 aircraft
- USD 8.00 to 24.99 – Valid for all 737s flights
Please note that Alaska’s Famous Companion Fare™ offers free checked bag benefits, priority boarding, and 20% back on Alaska Airlines inflight purchases including WiFi if payment is made via Alaska Airlines Visa Signature® card.
Wi-Fi Day Pass
Alaska Airlines offer the following Wi-Fi subscriptions.
One Hour Pass
USD 7.00 – One hour of access on domestic flights and 30 days expiry from the date of purchase.
24 Hours Pass
USD 19.00 – 24 hours of access on domestic flights and 1-year expiry from the date of purchase.
Monthly Alaska Plan
USD 49.95 – One month Internet access on any Wi-Fi equipped flight.
Annual Alaska Plan
USD 599 – One year Internet access on any Wi-Fi equipped flight.
Alaska Wi-Fi Coverage
The availability of Wi-Fi is ensured by next-generation Satellite based service provider Gogo.
Alaska Airlines has equipped its Boeing 737 aircraft with Gogo 2Ku service, offering passengers a reliable and high-speed in-flight internet experience. The regional jets operated by Horizon Air and SkyWest, which are utilized for shorter flights, are equipped with Gogo’s ATG4 internet service, including the feature of Free Chat. Additionally, passengers on these flights will have access to a selection of free movies and TV shows.
Aircraft featuring basic Wi-Fi include:
- All Embraer E175s
- All Boeing 737-700s
- Select Boeing 737-800s and one 737-900
Aircraft featuring streaming-fast Wi-Fi include:
- All Boeing 737 MAX
- All Boeing 737-900ERs
- Nearly all Boeing 737-900s
- Most Boeing 737-800s
- All Airbus aircraft
However, select 737-9 MAX aircraft and all Q400 aircraft, which are used on shorter flights, are not equipped with an internet system yet.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Can I use satellite Wi-Fi to make a telephone call?
During the flight, Alaska Airlines does not allow guests to make voice or video calls (such as Facetime or Zoom Meetings).
- How do I turn off privacy mode?
On some devices, you may be prompted to “turn off privacy mode”. For Apple users, Safari lets you toggle between Private and standard browsing by clicking the down arrow, beside the number of tabs open-label, at the bottom middle of the Safari window. Android users will find this option in the settings menu.
Customer Support Service
For further support and more details on Wi-Fi Services, you can contact Alaska Airlines Customer Service Support.
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