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    Alaska Air has proven and trusted air experiences flying to several domestic and international destinations. It has received awards and accolades for being one of the most prestigious airline carriers in the world. It was founded in the year 1932 but began its official operations on June 6, 1944. It has been operating for over 75 years yet still strives to bring services to passengers that go beyond the ordinary. Alaska Air is committed to serving with the values of professionalism and integrity.

Service Areas

    Today, Alaska Air serves over 95 destinations, both domestic and international. Alaska Air’s routes are mostly to the United States, Mexico and Canada.

Largest Hubs

    Alaska Air has four other hubs located at the Portland International Airport in Oregon, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in Seattle, Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport in Alaska and Los Angeles International Airport.

Popular Routes

    The airline has regularly scheduled flights to and from several states of the US such as Alaska, California, Idaho, Oregon, Illinois, Texas, Massachusetts, Washington, Minnesota, Montana, Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Nevada, New York, District of Columbia and Mexico.

Frequent Flyer Program

    Alaska Air offers Mileage Plan Program benefits. With their program, you earn one mile for every dollar charged on your Alaska Airlines or Bank of America card. You earn miles every time you use your card to purchase on accredited partners of Alaska Air.

Cabin Amenities and Classes

    Alaska Airlines has started to offer in-flight broadband Internet access for all classes. While on board, passengers will be allowed to connect to the Internet. However, cell phones or other electronic gadgets such as Skype are still not allowed to be used by passengers for voice communications. Most aircrafts are still being modified to be able to provide Wi-Fi connections to passengers, although some aircrafts are already equipped with Wi-Fi.

    In-flight entertainment such as movies and music are also available with in-flight digEplayers. Rentals can be arranged when traveling to any city aboard the aircraft. Although these can be rented onboard on the day of your flight, it is best to make reservations because of their limited availability.

    Basically, the differences between the main cabin class and first class are the kind of food served during the flight and the kind of seats that are offered. Although main cabin seats are generally comfortable, first class seats offer the most comfortable and spacious seats and more personalized services.

Baggage Policy

    Each passenger is only allowed to carry one hand-carried baggage that measures up to 10”H x 17”W x 24”L. Any carry-on baggage exceeding the allowed measurements will be charged $25 per piece. Passengers are allowed 50 lbs of free baggage allowance. Baggage exceeding the given allowance (51 lbs – 100 lbs) will be charged $50. No baggage should weigh more than 100 lbs. If traveling with more than the allowed baggage weight allowance, you should contact the airline before your date of departure.


    Alaska Air is based at SeaTac, Washington in the United States.

Airline Codes

    Alaska Air’s IATA (International Air Transport Association) code is AS, its ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) code is ASA, and its call sign is ALASKA.
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