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Alaska Airlines

Alaska Airlines, founded in 1932 as McGee Airways, is an American airline based in SeaTac, Washington. Along with Horizon Air, it is a subsidiary of Alaska Air Group, an airline holding company established in 1985. It connects the state of Alaska to more than hundred destinations in the USA, Canada, Costa Rica and Mexico. With its large route network, sizeable fleet and the number of passengers carried, it is USA's fifth largest airline. Its hubs are located in Seattle, Anchorage, Los Angeles, Portland and San Francisco. Alaska Airlines’ slogan is ‘Fly smart. Land happy’. The airline’s frequent-flyer program is Mileage Plan, which allows its members to collect and redeem "miles". Membership is free of charge. First-class passengers are served complimentary refreshments and can use digEplayers, which deliver in-flight entertainment, featuring film, TV and audio programs. It is also available on long-haul flights for a fee. WiFi can be accessed on all jets. The airline has codeshare agreements with the following carriers: Aer Lingus, Air Italy, American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Condor Flugdienst, El Al, Emirates, Fiji Airways, Finnair, Hainan Airlines, Icelandair, Japan Airlines, Korean Air, LATAM Chile, PenAir, Qantas, Ravn Alaska, Singapore Airlines.

When does Alaska Airlines have promotions?

Alaska Airlines’ customers can sign up for the carrier’s email deals to receive exclusive offers and save on hotel bookings and car rental with discounts. The airline also runs seasonal sales and regularly posts cheap flight deals on the website available in two fares: saver and main fare.

Alaska Airlines luggage size and weight

Passengers flying with Alaska Airlines are entitled to one free carry-on and one smaller bag, such as a purse, briefcase or laptop that must fit under the seat and in the overhead locker. The carry-on may not be larger than 22'' x 14'' x 9'' including wheels and handles. Registered baggage costs $30 for the first bag and $40 for the second bag. Any item may not exceed the maximum dimensions of 62 inches or 157 centimeters measurements and 50 pounds or 23 kilograms weight. Alaska Airlines will collect a fee of $100 for any excess baggage, i.e. from 51 to 100 pounds or 24 to 46 kilograms. Heavier baggage will not be accepted.

What planes does Alaska Airlines have in its fleet?

Alaska Airlines operates a young fleet of 166 Boeing 737 aircraft, 71 Airbus A320 family aircraft, 35 Bombardier Q400 aircraft, and 58 Embraer 175 aircraft. The airline's standard livery features a blue Alaska logo and an image of a native Alaskan Eskimo. Boeing 737-400 aircraft had a Disney-themed livery on it, which was later reintroduced on a Boeing 737-900 jet. Horizon Air, Alaska Air’s subsidiary, aircraft wear liveries featuring different universities, for instance, Montana State University, University of Washington, San Diego State University, Boise State University, University of Alaska Anchorage, University of Alaska Fairbanks or University of Idaho.