The march to make sure we’ll never be without Wi-Fi in the sky continues:
Alaska Airlines now has Gogo inflight Internet on six Boeing 737-800 airplanes and promises to have the service on all its planes by the end of 2010. To celebrate, there will be free Wi-Fi through July 31, 2010 anyplace those six Wi-Fi equipped planes fly: look for the Wi-Fi symbol by the airplane door and use the code: AlaskaVisa to log on.
And, a few of my travel tips about cool stuff you can find at airports are included in this free Travel Secrets e-book. It’s got tips from a wide assortment of travel writer notables and if you download it you’ll not only get useful tips about camping, driving, flying, staying healthy, staying in hotels and having fun, but Charity: Water will get a dollar, courtesy of the folks at Tripbase.
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