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1. Alaska Airlines Orders 15 Boeing 737s
Alaska Airlines Orders 15 Boeing 737s. Alaska Airlines has confirmed an order for 15 Next-Generation Boeing 737 airplanes, comprised of 13 737-900ERs (extended range) and two 737-800s. The 737-900ER is a new model for the Alaska Airlines fleet. The contract, which includes exercised options previously placed by Alaska, is valued at $1.3 billion at list prices.
2. Korean Air signs Codeshare and Expanded Frequent Flier Agreement with Alaska Airlines
Korean Air signs Codeshare and Expanded Frequent Flier Agreement with Alaska Airlines. Korean Air and Alaska Airlines have entered into a codeshare agreement and expanded frequent flier partnership that will allow members to earn and redeem miles in either Korean Air's or Alaska Airlines' frequent flier program. Customers can take advantage of the new partnership from Korean Air's
3. Alaska Airlines Orders More Boeing 737-9 Aircraft
Alaska Airlines has signed an agreement to buy 23 more Boeing 737-9 airplanes, building on its original order and an agreement in November to acquire new 737-9s through lease. The new deal brings Alaska Airlines' total 737 MAX orders and options to 120 airplanes, which will give the fifth largest U.S. carrier the scale, efficiency and flexibility to expand as air travel recovers. P
4. Alaska Airlines Introduces Self-Service Bag-Tagging
Alaska Airlines has introduced a self-service bag-tagging option for passengers travelling from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The new service enables passengers to print and attach their own luggage tags from a self-service kiosk in the airport lobby, adding to Alaska Airlines customer-focused initiative toward making travel easier.
5. Alaska Airlines Adding Peak Season Flights to the US
Alaska Airlines is adding seasonal flights between Portland, Oregon, and the cities of Santa Barbara, California and Bellingham, Washington from mid-2012. From 4 and 5 June, Alaska Airlines also will begin flying between Portland and Bozeman, Montana, and will resume seasonal services from Portland to Missoula and Billings, Montana.
6. Finnair Signs New Codeshare Agreement with Alaska Airlines
Finnair has signed a new codeshare agreement with Alaska Airlines. Starting 20 May 2018, Finnairs code will be added to flights operated by Alaska Airlines between San Francisco and the following cities: Seattle, Portland, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Diego, Orange County and Palm Springs.
7. Qatar Airways Signs Codeshare Agreement with Alaska Airlines
Qatar Airways has signed a codeshare agreement with the newest member of oneworld, Alaska Airlines. Qatar Airways will be Alaska Airlines only Middle East partner, providing seamless connectivity between the U.S. carrier's hubs and QRs global network of more than 140 destinations via Hamad International Airport in Doha. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 30 June 2021.
8. Alaska Airlines Orders 5 Boeing 737-900ERs
Alaska Airlines has placed an order with Boeing for five additional Next-Generation 737-900ERs (Extended Range). The order, valued at $481 million at list prices, continues Alaska Airlines' investment in its fleet and efforts to improve fuel performance.

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