Inflight internet and satellite Wi-Fi

When you fly with us, staying connected is simple. Most of our flights have either inflight internet, or satellite Wi-Fi. Only our Q400 planes do not have internet service.


Inflight internet

Keep up with e-mail, post on social media, or shop online with Gogo ATG4 basic inflight internet, currently available on most of our aircraft on flights over North America, except flights to Mexico, Hawaii, and Costa Rica. See the coverage map for a more detailed look at where this service is available.

Cómo conectarse

  1. Active el Wi-Fi de su dispositivo.
  2. Connect to the "gogoinflight" wireless network.
  3. Inicie su navegador web.
  4. Go to AlaskaWiFi.com and select a pass option.

See tips for using inflight internet.

Inflight internet coverage

Inflight internet coverage map

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Wi-Fi Satelital

The future of inflight internet is coming.

Better inflight Wi-Fi is on its way. We're in the process of upgrading to Gogo 2Ku satellite Wi-Fi service, which will let you stream, browse, and chat from gate departure to gate arrival. The new service made its debut in April 2018, and will expand to most of our Boeing fleet (except 737-700 aircraft) and the entire Airbus fleet by the end of 2020. As this gradual installation of satellite Wi-Fi continues, check back here to stay updated on our progress.

This chart represents our progress on installing satellite Wi-Fi into our aircraft. It currently indicates that as of May  2019, 28 of 241 aircraft have satellite Wi-Fi installed.

On many of our planes without this new satellite Wi-Fi system, you'll still have internet access. Keep up with e-mail, post on social media, or shop online with inflight internet, currently available on our entire fleet of Airbus, Boeing, and Embraer jets. (Note: there is no WI-Fi service on our Bombardier Q400 aircraft.) Coverage is available while flying over the continental US, Canada, and parts of Alaska.

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Once we switch an aircraft to satellite internet service, you can expect.

Cómo conectarse

  1. Turn on your device's Wi-Fi, and choose the "Alaska_WiFi" network.
  2. Open your web browser (Safari®, Chrome™, etc.) and visit AlaskaWiFi.com.
  3. Choose what you’d like to do: free texting, entertainment, or the internet.
See tips for using satellite Wi-Fi.

How to use ViaSat Wi-Fi

Until our new satellite Wi-Fi is installed, some A320 and A321 aircraft will continue to use the ViaSat Wi-Fi service that was offered by Virgin America.

You can find out if you are flying on a ViaSat-equipped aircraft by looking for ViaSat logo on the inflight landing page. Once connected, you can stream TV, movies, music, and more with Wi-Fi access on your ViaSat-equipped flight. Plus, enjoy free texting to stay connected with your friends and family from your flight.

Fast streaming service is available over the continental US, with a basic internet service offered between the US mainland and Hawaii. No internet is available when flying outside the continental US to Alaska, Mexico, or Costa Rica.


Cómo conectarse

  1. Active el Wi-Fi de su dispositivo.
  2. Connect to the "virginamerica" or "Alaska_WiFi" wireless network.
  3. Inicie su navegador web.
  4. Go to viasat.virginamerica.com and purchase a pass.

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