http://www.businessweek.com/ap/financialnews/D9NJS87O0.htm More than 90 percent of Alaska Airlines planes will be equipped with wireless Internet by the end of the month, the carrier said Thursday. The regional airline said passengers will be able to access the Web with computers and handheld devices using inflight Internet provided by Aircell. The company expects installation to be complete by the end of June. The service is available for $4.95 and up, based on length of flight and the device that is used. A 24-hour inflight Wi-Fi pass and monthly subscriptions are also available.