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Alaska Airlines Launches New Air Pass

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 17 January 2012

Alaska Airlines has launched a 2012 Air Pass, offering travellers a range of options in the United States, Canada and Mexico.

The new Air Pass covers more than 90 destinations served by Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air including Los Angeles, New York, Las Vegas, Vancouver and Mexico City.

Passengers can select their choice of destinations and combine them into a single travel document.

Flight passes are priced from US$129 (excluding taxes and fees) for a low season one-way flight within Alaska. A minimum of two flight passes and a maximum of nine can be purchased.

Examples of some other routes and one-way base fares (excluding taxes and fees) include:

Dallas to Alaska from US$209
Kansas City to Canada from US$139
Minneapolis to Mexico from US$179
Seattle to Hawaii from US$209
Los Angeles to Washington DC from US$219

Taxes and fees are additional and are dependent on itinerary, and fares can be booked through GDS. Fares are valid until 31 December 2012. Low season fares are valid for travel until 31 May and from 1 September until 31 December 2012. High season fares apply throughout June, July and August. Terms and conditions apply.

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