Can I watch Hulu on Alaska Airlines?

Can I watch Hulu on Alaska Airlines?

Alaska Airlines has chosen Gogo to provide next-generation satellite-based in-flight Wi-Fi service across its Boeing and Airbus fleet. Gogo’s 2Ku broadband service provides the significantly faster connection speed needed to stream content from services like Netflix, Hulu and HBO GO over the air.

Are the inflight movies free?

Free entertainment On most flights, you can stream our library of movies, music, TV shows and more to your phone, tablet or laptop for free. All entertainment is available everywhere on American Airlines flights equipped with Wi-Fi.

Can I watch Netflix on Alaska Airlines?

Fast Streaming Speeds Connect at speeds 20x faster than our previous in-flight internet, fast enough to binge watch your favorite TV series on a streaming service like Netflix™ or Amazon Prime™, or download work files on the cloud.

Are there free movies on Alaska Airlines?

Choose from over 400 free movies and browse over 200 free TV shows in our entertainment library. Most aircraft are equipped with our Alaska Beyond™ Entertainment streaming system, which allows you to watch free movies and TV shows on your own device.

What kind of entertainment does Alaska Airlines offer?

On many flights coast-to-coast and in Hawaii, our premium in-flight entertainment tablets are available for rental and loaded with movies, TV shows and more. Some Airbus aircraft are equipped with a seatback entertainment system featuring hundreds of movies and TV shows.

What can you watch on Alaska Airlines WiFi?

Look for Alaska Beyond Entertainment on any Wi-Fi equipped Alaska Airlines flight. Alaska has something for everyone with the latest hits and your favorite TV shows streamed straight to your device. Make sure you have the Gogo Entertainment app, it is needed to watch movies and TV shows.

What is the most watched movie on Alaska Airlines?

Best Picture: In one day, Best Picture Oscar winner Birdman was the most-watched video content. Flights with the most moviegoers: Boston to San Diego and Washington, DC to Portland. These two flights each recently had over 120 video files viewed on average during a flight.