Alaska Airlines Installs Power and USB Outlets for Passengers at Major Airports

By Jesse Sokolow on 23 November 2012
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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.

(Photo: Jonathan Spira)

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