|Top route||Anchorage to Seattle/Tacoma Intl|
|Top airport||Seattle/Tacoma Intl|
1st time flying with Alaska and it was good. My children loved their experience
They forgot to give us food and water for the flight :(
Arrived on time
No water/drinks provided during the flight
Crew was ride and surly made a crowded flight worse-passengers weee all well behaved!
Kayak reservation did not have a filed for add known traveler number. Hence, TSA pre-check did not work and resulted in 25+ minutes wait for TSA.
Entertainment on screen
Smooth short flight. Nothing special but no complaints
The onboard wifi wasn't fast enough to even stream their own entertainment options on their system. No entertainment in head rest.
Nice helpful staff
My husband's luggage was lost even though it was checked in at the same time as mine. It was eventually located and was shipped to a municipal airport in the area where we are heading. We have yet to be able to pick up the suit case as we will be heading to the pickup location tomorrow. ( 4 days after arrival) We had to buy some new clothes and shoes for my husband in the meantime. I think I should be reimbursed for the baggage check fee. We lost time at the airport upon arrival trying to track our luggage. We lost time and money having to purchase clothes and shoes while waiting for luggage to arrive and we will lose time having to drive 2 hours out of our way to retrieve our luggage.
wifi was out for the whole flight despite being an prominently advertised feature. Crew was in training and rather awkward, not able to find items like requested drinks etc. Plane had alert "ding"s going every few moments for the first 40 minutes of boarding and flight.
Given the short flight having some music options would have been nice.
We were told there was no overhead bin space left for carry-ons, but once we boarded the plane, several overhead bins were completely empty (to our bewilderment). We left late. The wifi was spotty.
The crew didn't do a consistent job of enforcing the rules: a person on my row continued to use their tablet with tray table down throughout the entire landing process. They also didn't have any Aha sparkling water on hand. Wifi was really slow, but that seems to be the norm.
Tried to purchase internet access, several times. Went into a loop when I entered credit cards (tried two different ones). Flight attendant suggested I clear my caches, and restart. I did. No help. Frustrating, as I was unable to productive. Wasted five hours. Not a happy camper.
I made a mistake when I booked my flight (8pm)…then I went to airport early in the morning to try change flight. I spent a day on the airport and every time my time came, several people got on the list in front of me, So disappointed.
I liked the new N gates on landing .. you see beautiful and airy terminal with nice decor and shops.
first class seats were dramatically less comfortable than competing airlines. we also had to wait 40 minutes to find a gate which is unnaceptable.
The flight was over crowded. The flight attendants kept bumping me and a cup was dropped on my head. The passengers where fighting and arguing. The ride was kind of bumpy.
On time, clean comfortable cabins, pleasant, friendly crew. A pleasure…
They missed me from the very short food service. Luckily a quick flight
We were denied checkin tonight for being 38 min early for the flight, not 40. We would’ve been 48 min early, but Alaska moved our hours-delayed flight up 10 min while we were in line. Agents were so rude, refused to help any of us (there were many of us). Will never fly Alaska again.
Seats aren’t very comfy.
Short flight-no food offered( cheese plate). Overall, great flight-will take again.
On time, clean, friendly, reasonably priced. Thank you!
Crappy first class
On board Alaska Airlines flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 21x13x8in. If your hand luggage is bigger, the Alaska Airlines assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
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If you will be flying with Alaska Airlines, there are two classes for you to choose from in addition to standard Economy: Premium Class and First Class. Premium Class will offer you several perks, such as extra legroom, complimentary food and drinks, and pre-boarding. For a particularly luxurious trip, opt for First Class, a choice that includes a hot meal, free access to entertainment tablets, and the ability to check two bags for free.
To watch a movie or show during your flight, the airline offers a complimentary app that you can download onto your personal device before take-off in order to save any media that you would like to watch while in the air. During longer flights, travelers have the option of renting a tablet directly from one of the stewards, each of which is equipped with a selection of films, games, podcasts, and access to Wi-Fi. Additionally, you are allowed to use certain messaging applications for free on your cell phone without having to pay for the plane’s Internet.
Although Alaska Airlines flies to over 100 destinations throughout the world, the company’s primary hub can be found in Anchorage, Alaska.
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