Alaska Airlines has a promo code valid through September 7 for 5% off Insider Extra Fares. Use Discount Code EC6208. Note this discount is only good for Insider Extra fares per the Terms & Conditions. Discount: Valid for one discount of 5% off all Insider Extra fares published at alaskaair.com. Fare types that are ineligible for […]
Last week Tiffany wrote about how Alaska Mileage Plan is offering up to a 40% bonus on the purchase of miles through October 6, 2015. That's an exciting promotion, given that it's a great way to buy miles for discounted premium cabin awards on Cathay Pacific, Emirates, Qantas, etc. Show More Summary
In an environment where the top US airlines have been quivering over investor perceived overcapacity, Alaska Air continues to grow, rather strongly. The Seattle-based airline witnessed an increase of more than 16% in its stock priceShow More Summary
Offer from Bank of America for Alaska Airlines Credit Card holders: bonus points for redeeming miles for travel and free checked luggage The post 2,500 Bonus Alaska Miles and Free Checked Bags appeared first on Will Run For Miles.
While most of the airline stocks have been soaring over the last one year on the back of plummeting crude oil prices, Alaska Air has outperformed all its peers (except JetBlue) by growing more than 67% since last July and by more than 33% since the beginning of the year. Show More Summary
Flights of 650 miles or less cost just 4500 British Airways points each way in economy, and you can redeem for partner airlines like American, US Airways, and Alaska Airlines. Flights up to 1150 miles are just 7500 points each way in economy. Show More Summary
Alaska Airlines has just announced their new promotion for purchasing miles, and if you've been salivating at the recent images of Emirates first class, you'll want to pay close attention! For those who don't have access to credit cards...Show More Summary
Alaska Airlines is offering up to a 40% bonus when you purchase or gift miles. That's actually a pretty good deal compared to other airlines with similar bonuses, because the starting price on their points is lower. Continue reading 40% Bonus on Alaska Miles Lets You Buy Emirates First Class at a Deep Discount...
One of the biggest battles in the airline industry this year has been between the "big three" US carriers and the "big three" Gulf carriers regarding Open Skies policy. The "big three" US carriers are arguing that the "big three" Gulf...Show More Summary
We’ve seen so much about the fight between the big US and the big Middle East carriers that it’s easy... Read More
If you're going to participate in a loyalty program, make it Alaska's Mileage Plan or Marriott's Rewards plan. The post The best and worst airline and hotel loyalty programs appeared first on Elliott.
In the latest airline news, Alaska is adding a new perk for its airport lounge program members; ultra-low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines tries out a new pricing option; and major carriers’ frequent flyer programs are rated by U.S. News & World Report. Show More Summary
As anyone who has been following drama in the airline industry knows, there has been a big battle going on between Alaska and Delta in Seattle. Delta wanted to expand in Seattle, and used Alaska to help them. However, when they didn't...Show More Summary
U.S. News & World Report released its annual rankings of airline and hotel loyalty programs.
Darrell Ward, one of the "Ice Road Truckers," got hauled off an LAX flight by cops for an alleged FUI... flying under the influence of tons of booze. Law enforcement sources tell us Ward was escorted off an Alaska Airlines flight shortly before…
The airline is adding non-stops to Kansas City, Minneapolis-St. Paul and Omaha.
The 737-800, ready to be pulled Earlier this week, I was invited by Alaska Airlines to watch the Alaska Plane Pull for Strong Against Cancer at the Museum of Flight in Seattle. The two competing teams were led by Russell Wilson, quarterback of the Seattle Seahawks and Alaska’s “Chief Football Officer,” and actor and [...]Show More Summary
Alaska Airlines is trying out a system that allows passengers to use their fingerprints to board flights
Some fliers have seen the future of airport security and convenience — and it is biometric.
Boarding passes could become a thing of the past