An Alaska Airlines flight headed for San Diego returned to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport shortly after takeoff because of an "unusual vibration" coming from the left side of the plane.
An Alaska Airlines flight was delayed earlier this week after two pilots who were supposed to fly the aircraft couldn’t get along, the airline said Thursday.
Alaska Airlines announced a new program to replace traditional printed luggage tags with electronic ones, allowing travelers to skip the line checking their bags at the airport.
Alaska Airlines pilots have voted overwhelmingly to authorize a future strike if current contract negotiations with management and federal mediation efforts fail.
Alaska Airlines says it's still struggling with a pilot shortage.
Two flight attendants are suing Alaska Airlines, alleging they were ‘canceled’ for their religious beliefs when they questioned the airline’s support for the Equality Act.
Alaska’s Copper River salmon season has started and the first shipment arrived at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on Tuesday morning.
Alaska Airline's CEO said Friday that about 50 flights are still being canceled each day, and the month of May "will continue to be choppy." Starting next month, the airline is adding hundreds of pilots, reservation agents and flight attendants.
Alaska Airline's CEO said Friday that about 50 flights are still being canceled each day, and cancelations will continue through May. Ben Minicucci said in a video posted on YouTube that the outlook is better in "June and beyond" as they add 150 pilots, 200 reservation agents and 1,100 flight attendants.
The pilots union for Alaska Airlines will begin to vote on a strike-authorization on Monday. The move comes as a pilot shortage is being blamed for delays and cancellations.
A federal judge in Florida struck down the national mask mandate covering airlines and other public transportation Monday, and the Biden administration said the rule would not be enforced while federal agencies decide how to respond to the judge’s order.
It was an unwelcome Easter surprise for some flying on Sunday, as dozens of Alaska Airlines flights were either canceled or delayed at Sea-Tac International Airport due to ongoing pilot shortages.
To fly for an airline, usually, a minimum of 1,500 hours are required. It’s also not unreasonable to see total costs soar up to $100,000 to $200,000 to pay for all the required certificates and ratings.
Alaska Airlines, the fifth-largest U.S. carrier, canceled about 40 flights or 5% of its schedule Monday.
Dozens of Alaska Airlines flights at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport were canceled Friday and Saturday. Officials said they are connected to the shortage of pilots.
Alaska Airlines said Thursday it will trim its schedule by about 10% for the rest of January as it deals with "unprecedented" numbers of employees calling in sick during the current COVID-19 surge.
Alaska Airlines is getting rid of single-use plastic water bottles and cups during water service on flights.
Seattle-based Alaska Airlines is requiring its employees to be fully vaccinated.
Alaska Airlines will be operating military charter flights to transport refugees within the U.S. and will provide support as needed to the Department of Defense in its mission.
Passengers had to evacuate a flight moments after landing due to a cell phone catching fire and filling the cabin with smoke on Tuesday night.