Virgin America Offers Chromebook In-Flight Access

 

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In an innovative promotion, Virgin America is inviting travelers to try out a new Chromebook on select flights from San Francisco, Dallas-Fort Worth, Boston and Chicago, from July 1 to September 30,

Travelers can check out a Chromebook at the Chrome Zone kiosk near departure gates at participating airports and use the airline's free Wi-Fi while in-flight, and then return the Chromebook to the Chrome staff waiting for you upon arrival.

Travelers can also head to Virgin Atlantic's Facebook page and enter their info to win a getaway for two to the Ace Hotel in New York and the chance to win their very own Chromebook.

Virgin Atlantic urges travelers to enter by July 20 for a chance to win roundtrip Virgin America flights for two to New York (JFK); a two-night stay at Ace Hotel; a brand new Chromebook (for keeps) and a 30-day pass for Gogo Inflight Internet.

Chromebooks are an innovative laptop/iPad designed for Internet/Web use; it boots up in 8 seconds and resumes instantly.  Favorite websites load quickly and run smoothly, with full support for the latest Web standards and Adobe Flash.

Visit www.virginatlantic.com.
    

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