The national tours of Hamilton, Come From Away, Six: The Musical, and Disney’s Aladdin are scheduled to run from August 2023 through April 2024.
Alaska Airlines is adding daily round-trip service from Anchorage to Everett, Washington, just north of Seattle, effective November 30.
A new perk for Ravn Alaska’s mileage rewards program is now in effect, allowing travelers to purchase tickets on the regional airline using Alaska Airlines points.
Alaska Air Cargo is adding two Boeing 737-800 aircraft to its dedicated freighters serving the company’s namesake state, increasing the fleet from three to five aircraft by 2023.
It was ten years ago that Alaska Airlines launched Club 49, a program developed for and offered exclusively to Alaskans that saves them approximately $22 million to $24 million per year.
This March, Alaska Airlines is scheduled to start welcoming guests on its first Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. Currently, Alaska Airlines don’t have a MAX in its fleet, but expects delivery of the first plane in January, followed by several more throughout 2021.
“COVID has taught us that flexibility in travel is key. As we evolve our approach to travel to include more than 100 safety actions, it’s important to give our guests flexibility when they book by eliminating change fees,” said Andrew Harrison, executive vice president and chief commercial officer for Alaska Airlines.
Here is a look at some of Alaska’s businesses that are doing good for their communities.
Partnering with global surf forecasting site Surfline, Alaska will discount up to 30 percent off flights to and from Hawaii based on the height of forecasted waves around the islands.