Category:Alaska Airlines

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Alaska Airlines is the seventh largest airline in the United States, based in Seattle, Washington. The airline was founded as McGee Airways in 1932, offering flights from Anchorage, Alaska. Today, Alaska has flights to more than one hundred destinations in the contiguous United States, Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, and Mexico. The airline is a major carrier and, along with its sister airline Horizon Air, is part of the Alaska Air Group. The airline has been ranked by J. D. Power and Associates as having the highest customer satisfaction of the traditional airlines for seven consecutive years. The airline is classified as a major carrier and operates its largest hub at Seattle–Tacoma International Airport. Although most of its revenue and traffic comes from locations outside of Alaska, the airline plays a major role in air transportation in the state. It operates many flights linking small towns to major transportation hubs and carries more passengers between Alaska and the contiguous United States than any other airline.

Alaska Airlines is not part of any of the three major airline alliances. However, it has codeshare agreements with some members of Oneworld, such as American Airlines, British Airways, and LAN Airlines and with some SkyTeam members, including Delta Air Lines, Air France, and Korean Air.


This page contains all films, TV series, and video games that feature aircraft of Alaska Airlines.

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Pages in category "Alaska Airlines"

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