Alaska Pulls Lounges in Seattle from Priority Passby Sam Helmy
Alaska pulled all of its three lounges at Seattle/SeaTac out of the Priority Pass Program as of September 1, 2018. The reasoning, which shouldn’t come as a surprise to those that are frequently turned away due to overcrowding, which has been happening for months.
Alaska Tweaks Award Chart & Introduces Cancellation And Change Feesby Sam Helmy
Alaska has announced a host of changes that will affect its award chart, cancellation and change policies. As is the trend most changes are negative, especially the new change and cancellation policies, although the change to the award chart is slightly positive.
Alaska Airlines Award Sale Through Feb 19, 2018by Sam Helmy
Alaska Airlines is having an award sale for bookings through February 19, 2018, where you can pick up a flight for as little as 5,000 plus any taxes/fees. While a sale sounds great, we’re not 100% sure how much of an actual sale this is as Alaska’s standard award chart starts at 5,000 miles — the same price that these sale prices start.
Alaska and American Downgrading Their Partnershipby Sam Helmy
Alaska has announced some significant changes to its partnership with American Airlines. While the partnership is not being entirely terminated like its deal with Delta, the changes are sufficiently drastic to gut the relationship effectively.
Stay in Touch in the Air With Alaska’s Free Messagingby Sam Helmy
Staying connected has become more and more important, and we demand the ability to stay in touch with friends, family, and work no matter where we are in the world, or what we are doing. Alaska has made it easier…
Alaska Airlines and Delta Air Lines Are (Finally) Splitting Upby Gretchen Holm
Delta and Alaska are breaking up. Are you surprised? We’re not.