Alaska Airlines Blog

By Jess Dale (instagram.com/jess.wandering) and Quin Schrock (instagram.com/everchanginghorizon) When I was 6 years old I was obsessed with bugs. I picked up this interest from my friend’s dad. He was an entomologist, and would...

Every December, an annual Fantasy Flight on Alaska Airlines arrives at the “North Pole” to bring smiles and Christmas cheer to about 60 children, many of whom live in shelters or...

Good pilots are known for their technical expertise, precision, teamwork and customer service. At Alaska Air Group, pilots go beyond that to also exemplify the company’s core values: Own safety, do...

Over the past year or so, you probably heard that your standard driver license soon might not be good enough to get you through security checkpoints at the airport. There was...

By Chana Lynn, RaleighWhatsUp  Raleigh is an incredible city to live, work and play – and also to visit! Raleigh is a creative and closely connected city. Like many other cities, Raleigh...

Alaska Airlines will put limits on “smart bags” starting early next year. As of Jan. 15, any bag powered with a lithium battery or lithium battery power bank will need to...

By Andrea “Andy” Schneider Alaska Airlines vice president of People I am writing today to address a recent situation involving an alleged sexual harassment incident on board one of our aircraft....

Among the most popular benefits of the Alaska Airlines Visa Signature® card is the annual companion fare. This is a discounted fare from $121 ($99 plus taxes and fees from $22)...

Two aviation geeks met up last week to fly an old plane. That usually wouldn’t be noteworthy, except the pilots just happened to be Alaska Airlines CEO Brad Tilden and Hawaiian...

Some arrived in wheelchairs. Others were aided by walkers or canes. Some came on the arm of a guardian. The veterans of World War II, the Korean War and Vietnam were...