Alaska Airlines Installs Power and USB Outlets for Passengers at Major Airports
Alaska Airlines is installing power outlets for passenger use at its major airports. The outlets are part of the airline’s recent enhancements, which include in-flight Wi-Fi, an improved mobile website, and the airline’s new mobile app.
Alaska Airlines recently finished adding 200 additional outlets at its gates in Anchorage, Seattle, and Portland, Oregon. Each outlet includes a 120-volt receptacle, and two USB ports.
Power outlets are also available in gate areas at the airline’s new Terminal 6 at Los Angeles International Airport, as well as in Sacramento, San Francisco, and San Jose. The airline plans to continue installing additional outlets at more of its major airports.
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