Alaska Airlines has teamed up with Row 44 to offer in-flight WiFi. For the first couple of months, the service will be free on afternoon flights from Seattle to San Jose, Calif., and after the test, the plan is to roll out the capability to the entire Alaska Airlines fleet. The rollout will take about a year and Horizon planes are not expected to offer WiFi. Voice communications will not be allowed but the content will not be blocked “…each passenger is responsible for their own surfing behavior just as he or she is responsible for their magazines, movies and other materials brought on board,” reads the Alaska Web site. The pricing structure has not been released.