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Alaska Airlines began in 1932 as McGee Airways. It is based in Seattle–Tacoma International Airport in Washington state and has hubs in Los Angeles International Airport, Portland International Airport, and Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. Alaska Airlines operates frequent domestic and international flights to about 100 destinations across the United States, Canada, Costa Rica, Cuba, Hawaii and Mexico. The Alaska Air Group consists of Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air and Virgin America. It's consistently ranked as having the best and highest levels of customer satisfaction for the last ten years running. Alaska Airlines is not a member of the 3 global airline alliances, however it has direct codeshare agreements with member airlines of oneworld, such as American Airline, British Airways and LATAM Chile, and also with SkyTeam airline members, like KLM, Air France, Korean Air. Alaska Airlines operates a fully Boeing 737 fleet, in support of planes built in Seattle.

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Why Fly with Alaska Airlines?

Check In

Alaska Airlines allows passengers to check-in online or on mobile devices from 1 to 24 hours before the flight departure time. You can also choose seats, purchase upgrades, or excess baggage allowance. Self-service kiosks are also available at the airports for printing boarding passes and baggage tags. You just need to drop your checked baggage at the bag drop counter before proceeding to the gate.

Seating

There are two options at the main cabin in most Alaska Airlines aircraft: the standard Economy and Premium Class. The Premium Class will have extra legroom, early boarding, free drinks, and snacks. For our planes without Premium Class, seats with more legroom in our bulkhead and the emergency exit rows are also available for an extra fee. The standard main cabin seats have a pitch of 31-32" while Premium Class seats have as much as 35-40" seat pitch.

Baggage Allowance

Passengers can have one carry-on bag plus one personal item, such as a purse. Items must be able to fit under the seat in front of you, and you'll also need to be able to lift your own bag into the overhead bin. Checked baggage is subject to fees which can be paid during online check-in, at the self-service kiosk, or at the airport ticket counters. Standard fees are at USD25 (PHP1,275) each for the first and second bag. Maximum weight of each bag is 23 kilograms. Excess and oversized baggage will also have corresponding fees.

In Flight Entertainment

Passengers on Alaska Airlines flights will enjoy the many entertainment options on the Inflight Entertainment Tablets available for rent. For long-haul flights, the entertainment tablet is free of charge for First Class and chargeable for Economy passengers. The Gogo Video Player app also allows passengers to enjoy the selections on their own device instead of renting the Inflight Entertainment Tablet.

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