Alaska Airlines is taking a tough stance on masks. The airline will strictly enforce its rules for masks on board and if you do not wear one, you simply cannot travel.
Alaska Airlines announced in February that it would join the oneworld alliance as a full-fledged member in the summer of 2021. But it seems that it will happen earlier, and most likely this year.
Starting in July, the airline will give non-compliant passengers a yellow card, a soccer reference that is a warning before the final red card that throws you out of the game.
Alaska Airlines says it will cut its number of flights dramatically for April and May while the coronavirus COVID-19 continues to spread. The airline said it will have a 70% reduction in its schedule throughout its network.
Alaska Airlines Extends Cancellation and Change Fee Waiver Alaska Airlines has improved its cancellation and change fee policy over coronavirus fears. The following rules wee already in effect as of March 4th: If you purchase a Saver fare between February 27, 2020 and March 31, 2020 for travel through February 28, 2021, you may: Cancel your trip and…
Starting today, Feb. 27, through March 12, 2020, Alaska Airlines will suspend change and cancellation fees for new flight bookings for guests who later decide not to travel because of concerns related to the virus.
Alaska Airlines has announced that is plans to join the oneworld alliance in 2021. The Seattle based airline was looking at joining oneworld just as a “connect” member back in 2018, but instead it will be a full member next year.
Alaska Airlines is spreading holiday cheer by offering guests wearing any kind of holiday sweater priority boarding on Dec. 20, National Ugly Sweater Day. The one-day promotion will be celebrated by guests and employees alike and includes all Alaska and Horizon Air flights. A fun day to fly for sure. So if you are flying with Alaska…
Alaska Airlines is offering priority boarding to passengers who are holding Starbucks coffee cups. The promotion between the two popular Seattle-based companies begins Thursday and ends Sunday.
The ability to redeem miles for Singapore operated flights adds more value to the Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan program. But if you want to fly Singapore, it’s a better idea to transfer points from any of the four major currency programs.
The partnership between Alaska Airlines and American Airlines is being watered down even more. Starting next year, it will no longer be possible to redeem one airline’s miles for travel on the other. Partnership Details What’s changing, effective March 1, 2020: You will no longer earn Mileage Plan miles on American Airlines international flights. You…