Alaska Airlines

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For more than 75 years, Alaska Airlines and its people have been guided through thick and thin by a shared commitment to integrity, caring, resourcefulness, professionalism and spirit. Especially spirit - an Alaskan spirit, born in the land the airline is named after - a place where "can-do" and "neighbor-helping-neighbor" are facts of life.


In the process, Alaska has grown from a small regional airline to one of the most respected in the nation. Carrying more than 17 million customers a year, Alaska's route system spans more than 60 cities and three countries. The Alaska Airlines fleet of Boeing jets is one of the youngest among all major airlines. And its reputation for outstanding service consistently earns best U.S. airline recognition from the likes of Travel + Leisure and Condé Nast Traveler magazines.

The foundation of this success was laid in 1932, when Mac McGee started flying his three-seat Stinson between Anchorage and Bristol Bay, Alaska. Finances were tight, but perseverance ruled the day—Mac and his team often worked round-the-clock, even though the next paycheck might be weeks away.

In 1979, the airline industry was deregulated. For many carriers, this was the end of the road. For Alaska, it was a new beginning. The airline expanded methodically throughout the West Coast and in 1987 joined forces with two carriers similarly committed to outstanding customer service - Horizon Air and Jet America.

Alaska has also pioneered technologies and customer innovations that make the travel experience easier. Alaska was the first airline in North America to sell tickets online and first in the world to allow customers to check in and print boarding passes via the Internet.

The airline has blazed trails in navigation technology too, which allows it to fly into fog-shrouded Juneau, Alaska, and airspace-restricted Washington, D.C., with equal precision. And Alaska's new Airport of the Future design is allowing customers to get from curbside to planeside in record time.

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Location

Alaska Airlines
P.O. Box 68900
Seattle WA 98168
United States

Telephone: 
1-800-ALASKAAIR, 1-800-654-5669

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