Alaska Airline (Alaska Air) and its sister airline called Horizon Airline currently serve more than 80 cities in the United States, Canada and Mexico. You can travel with this flight carrier to anywhere you want for an affordable price.
#1. You can simply look for the lowest fares available for your flight that they offer by clicking on "Low Fare Calendar" on their home page. The important key is to be flexible in your travel schedule.
#2. Whenever you think of your vacation plans, just visit their website and point to "Deal" menu on their home page, you'll find great bargains on list of advertised deals there.
#3. With Low Fare Calendar you can view an entire month of fares for your traveling destination, that's where you'll be amazed to notice the lowest fare available for any day of the month as well as the lowest fares for both outbound and return flights.
Of course, they always says they guarantee the lowest price! Sounds great?
#4. You should check-in online at your home or from your laptop in 24 hours before you are scheduled to travel, try to have boarding pass and seat assignment ready in order to save your time for waiting for check-in at airport.
#5. If you have to go to check-in at airport, you should use check-in kiosks, its just like a self-service check-in machine, really so easy to follow touch-screen instruction. You'll get printout of boarding pass and seat assignment ready in a few minutes!
#6. If Alaska Airline does not provide meals except snacks and
beverages, you should grab your own meal from the food store inside
airport before you'll be about to board the plane.
#7. The good new is this flight carrier offers in-flight Wi-Fi service, you can bring your own laptop to your flight if you wish, it would give you a flexible choice in how you spend your time while you would be traveling and enjoying their in-flight experiences!
#8. If you like to travel with Alaskan Airlines, you should sign up for a frequent flyer member called Mileage Plan, It will give you lot of tips on how to earn mileages in different ways.
#9. Alaska Air offers different type of fares (first class, full flex, bargain, valued and hot deals) that allow you to standby for an earlier flight on the same day that you currently hold ticket. If stand-by is available for your Alaska flight, you could request it through Web Check-In, at a Check-In kiosk, or with Check-in agent at the airport.