Latest Alaska Airlines Travel News

On a combined basis, Air Group reported a 10.0 percent increase in traffic on a 10.3 percent increase in capacity compared to September 2014. This resulted in a 0.3 point decrease in load factor to 81.6 percent. These statistics include flights operated by Alaskaand those under capacity purchase agreements, including Horizon, SkyWest and PenAir.
Alaska Airlines is expanding its Seattle hub today with the start of new service from the Emerald City to Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina. Raleigh is the sixth new city the carrier has added this year, following last month's start of service from Seattle to Nashville and New York City's JFK.
Ryan Butz has joined Alaska Airlines as managing director of loyalty, overseeing Mileage Plan, Alaska Airlines Credit Card program and customer communications.
Alaska Airlines today begins nonstop service between Nashville and Seattle, increasing the number of nonstop destinations from its Seattle hub to 84 - twice as many as Alaska's nearest competitor.
Previously, Newton served as Alaska's managing director of systems operations control. He has also held positions including managing director of airport operations, covering all airports outside of Seattle, and director of station operations (Seattle).
Alaska Airlines launches its annual Permanent Fund Dividend (PFD) sale today, with discounts on air travel for residents of the 49th state. The one-way PFD fares are valid for travel within and to/from Alaska starting Oct. 13, 2015, through May 24, 2016.
Alaska Airlines has named 26-year aviation veteran John Ladner managing director of fleet, standards and operational control, a position he previously held from 2010-2011.
Alaska Airlines inaugurates new service from Seattle to New York City's John F. Kennedy International Airport tonight, offering double miles* for Alaska Airline Mileage Plan™ members for a limited time.
Alaska Airlines inaugurates new service between Los Angeles (LAX) and Baltimore today, offering introductory one-way fares of $134.*
IATA announced that Alaska Airlines attained Platinum status for Fast Travel implementation, which recognizes carriers that offer four or more Fast Travel compliant options to at least 80% of their passengers. Alaska is just the fifth carrier in the world to achieve Platinum status, and the second North American carrier.
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