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Woman Switches Seats on Plane, Spends 3 Days in Jail

A 68-year-old woman is suing United Airlines for $5 million because, she says, she spent three days in jail simply because she switched seats on a plane. Jean Mamakos of New York had changed planes in Seattle en route to Alaska, and after the doors closed for takeoff, she attempted...

How Can You Use Chase Points to Travel to Alaska?

Reader l.C asks, I need to fly 3 people to Alaska using those Chase points. What is the best and most efficient way to do this. I have Alaska, but not Korean airlines, account. Certainly Alaska Airlines has the most flights. And Korean’s award chart for travel on Alasks is very reasonable. Show More Summary

Alaska Airlines Goes “Beyond” — or Does It?

Effective as of two days ago, Alaska Airlines introduced its Beyond experience — which comprises of improvements in its offerings: complimentary in-flight entertainment; artisan food and beverages; leather Rocaro seats equipped withShow More Summary

Why Alaska Airline's Stock Has Room to Climb in 2015

The efficient, well-managed airline may well see further appreciation in 2015.

Alaska Airlines Tweaks Its Product for Longer Haul Flying

Alaska is an airline on a tear right now. It’s posting record profits while expanding fairly quickly, not a combination... Read More

Alaska Airlines: The Airline I Love To Hate And Hate To Love

If Alaska Airlines were an animal, it would be this: I lived in Seattle for 18 months, and during that time I grew to love Alaska Airlines. Okay, if I’m being honest I grew to love Alaska’s frequent flyer program, Mileage Plan. Not only...Show More Summary

AK: Alaska Airlines' 'Alaska Beyond' Concept is All Good News for Economy Class

last weekLifestyle / Travel : Jaunted

It seems that calling an airline class by "Economy" or "Business" or "Coach" is no longer cool. 2014 has seen the launch of "JetBlue Mint," "Delta One," and now, "Alaska Beyond." Instead of a cosmetic rebrand, Alaska Airlines is investing millions to update their entire in-flight experience with huge benefits for the economy traveler. Show More Summary

Alaska Airlines offers free entertainment for passengers' personal devices

Forget the seatback video screen, the future of inflight entertainment is your own smartphone and tablet. Alaska Airlines began rolling out an inflight package called Alaska Beyond Monday, including a streaming service with about 100 hours of video entertainment. Show More Summary

Alaska Airlines Will Sell That Seat Right Out from Under You (As A Bag)

last weekLifestyle / Travel : Jaunted

Airlines go through a lot of stuff each and every year, so it?s nice to see when they?re able to recycle some stuff instead of sending it off to the landfill. Alaska Airlines is one such carrier, as they?ve been sending their seat covers elsewhere for a chance at a new life. Show More Summary

Alaska Airlines 3rd Roundtrip Free Promotion!

Residents of Washington, Oregon, and California can register for an Alaska Airlines promotion that lets you earn a third roundtrip ticket for just the tax. You have to fly 2 round trips from any one of those states to one of the following...Show More Summary

Airlines Week In Review: Delta, Alaska and Southwest

In the past week, Delta and Alaska announced their traffic results for the month of November. Both carriers benefited from the passenger rush during the Thanksgiving holiday, which shifted from December back into November this year.Show More Summary

Alaska Blocking Emirates Award Space?

One of the very best uses of Alaska Mileage Plan miles is for travel on Emirates. Emirates is one of my favorite airlines in the world, especially after my most recent flight with them. They don't have many partners with good redemption...Show More Summary

An Airline Runs the Numbers, Shows You Nearly All Customers Lose Out With Revenue-Based Frequent Flyer Programs

Alaska’s strategy is to award high revenue customers, and their most frequent customers, with more miles. That’s because — as the title of one of their slides at this week’s Investor Day made clear — Industry transition to a revenue-based loyalty prorgram provides opportunity in the near term for Alaska. Show More Summary

Alaska Airlines Introducing Extra Legroom Seating in First Half of 2015

Alaska Airlines is going to add extra legroom seats in economy during the first half of 2015. Per Alaska’s vice president and chief information officer: That means they join United, American, and Delta which all offer extra legroom seats in coach. Show More Summary

Saint Archer Brewing Takes Flight With Alaska Airlines

Saint Archer Brewing Company is proud to announce a new partnership with Alaska Airlines. Saint Archer’s White Ale is now av…

Why You Should Absolutely Order the Brisket on Alaska Airlines

3 weeks agoLifestyle / Travel : Jaunted

Up in the air dining just got a little bit better aboard Alaska Airlines, as the carrier has called on a local celebrity chef for their newest in-flight menu. Tom Douglas is well known in the Seattle area for restaurants like Etta?s, Lola, and our favorite of his restaurant empire?the pizza joint known as Serious Pie. Show More Summary

Alaska’s Awesome MVP Gold 75K Mileage Bonus

Yesterday Alex wrote about some changes that Alaska Airlines announced to their mileage earnings structure for the 2015 Mileage Plan program. The changes were both positive and negative. Most significantly: The negative change was that...Show More Summary

Alaska Airlines Will No Longer Be Our “Delta Hack” for Full Mileage Earning on Cheap Tickets

Starting January 1, discounted Delta airlines fares will no longer earn full mileage when crediting to Alaska Airlines. We knew this had to be coming — with Delta moving to a revenue-based frequent flyer earning structure, with miles...Show More Summary

Alaska Flyers Earn More Miles…Unless It’s Delta

I feel like all I do is write about Alaska Airlines. Alaska just sent out an email with the heading "What's in Store for 2015 Mileage Plan Members." At the bottom of the email is this: Do you see that shocked look on her face? Well,Show More Summary

Alaska Airlines Adds E175s to SkyWest Fleet

Growing up in Seattle, I remember the days when Alaska Airlines barely flew outside of the west coast. In the early 2000s, they started a few transcontinental routes like Washington National with the addition of newer 737s, but those were exceptions to the network, rather than the norm. Show More Summary

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