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Alaska Airlines is a Seattle-based airline that commenced operations with this name in 1944, but was originally founded in 1932 as McGee Airways. The airline operates from its major hubs at: Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC), Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), Portland International Airport (PDX), Seattle–Tacoma International Airport (SEA) and San Francisco International Airport (SFO). Alaska Airlines flights can be booked through different mediums. Cheap Alaska Airlines air tickets can be booked online, at the contact centers spread out in various localities of different cities in US and globally and using its mobile application.
Though the airline flies to 3 other countries, Alaska airlines reservations can also be done for many other cities of the world because of the codeshare partnership of the airlines with the other international carriers. Do call us to discuss about your travel plans.
Cabin baggage and one personal item is allowed on Alaska Airlines. This cabin baggage shall not be more than either the individual dimensions of 22'' x 14'' x 9'' or linear dimensions of 45'' (L+B+H). There is no limit on the cabin baggage weight to be carried on board. However, if ticket booking is done on SkyWest or Horizon airlines, then the dimensions shall not be more than 9" H x 14" W x 22" L. These dimensions include the handles and wheels.
Check-in baggage of Alaska airlines allows you to carry the standard bags of 50 lbs and 62'' linear dimensions. There is a standard baggage fee of $30 for the first check-in bag and $40 for the second one. If more bags are to be carried, and each bag is within this allowance limit of size and weight, then charges are $100 from the third bag onwards.
In case the baggage size is between 63-115 linear inches or weight is between 51-100 lbs, the charges are $100 for each excess. If both size and weight limits are more, then charges for each is to be paid separately.
Codeshare flights with another airline might have a different baggage policy. Passengers are requested to check for the baggage policies with us in case other airlines are also involved in the flight itinerary.
Check-in baggage (1st bag or both) are free for certain passengers. These include Club 49 members, Elite level Mileage Plan members, Alaska Airlines credit cardholders, First-class travelers, domestic flyers with Alaska, US military active members, and their dependents.
Mileage Plus is the frequent flyer program of Alaska Airlines. Passengers can earn the loyalty rewards points in different methods and can redeem the same easily.
Passengers can join the program by filling the form online or at the contact center of the airline.
There are 17 airline partners which also participate in this program, enabling passengers to earn Mileage Plus miles.
Alaska Airlines operates flights to 4 countries (Mexico, Costa Rica, Canada and USA), covering more than 115 destinations with more than 44 million passengers being flown annually. Alaska airlines is essentially a regional airline but it codeshares with the other airlines, making it possible for the customers to fly to other destinations as well (where it does not reach on its own).
Alaska Airlines fleet comprises of varied airplanes. As it has to operate on many different types of routes and in different weather conditions, its selection of airplanes is guided by many considerations. Alaska Airlines has a fleet of 26 Embraer 175, 39 Bombardier Q400 airplanes, 162 Boeing 737 aircraft and 71 Airbus A320 planes.