Alaska Airlines is the newest Oneworld member. Despite its name, it is actually based out of Seattle. However, it does offer more departures in Alaska than any other airline. It is now the 5th biggest airline in the US.
IATA code: AS
Main hubs: Anchorage airport (ANC), Los Angeles airport (LAX), Portland (PDX), San Francisco airport (SFO) and Seattle/Tacoma airport (SEA).
Frequent flyer program: Mileage Plan
Airline partners: Oneworld members plus Aer Lingus, El Al, Emirates, Condor, Hainan Airlines, Icelandair, Korean Air, LATAM, Singapore Airlines.
Alaska Airlines flies to more than 115 destinations in the United States, Canada, Central America.
Check Alaska Airlines’ route map here!
Alaska Airlines' fleet consists of 330 aircrafts - primarily Boeing 737 series and Airbus A320 family. Regional flights are operated by Alaska-owned regional airline Horizon Air on Bombardier Q400 and Embraer 175.
Check Alaska Airlines’ seat maps here.
Alaska Airlines offers 3 classes of service - Economy, Premium and First. Premium class includes priority boarding, free drinks and seats with more legroom than in economy. First class is a separate cabin with reclined seats.
Skytrax - 3-Star Airline
APEX - 5-Star Airline
ATW Airline Awards - Airline Market Leader (2016)
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