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Alaska Airlines is a major airline in the United States, serving over 100 destinations in North America, primarily focused on the West Coast. Alaska is a hybrid airline, that by fleet composition and route network is more like a Low-Cost Carrier (LCC), but unlike other LCCs, offers a true First Class and premium economy product. There are subtle differences between service offerings, even within the same product.
Alaska offers complimentary texting, streaming content to your personal device, and non-alcoholic beverage service in all classes. Food is available for purchase on most flights over 1.5 hours.
See reviews of different Alaska products and fleet types.
Premium cabin featuring large recliner seats with extra legroom, personalized service, premium snacks on all flights, meal service on flights with long enough stage length, and expedited check-in, security screening (at select airports), and baggage delivery. Lounge access is complimentary with a First Class fare (N/A for upgrades).
Upgraded product featuring early boarding, dedicated overhead bin space, additional legroom, premium snack, and complimentary alcoholic beverages.
Economy class product with complimentary drinks, snacks, and entertainment.
Restricted, lower price Economy class product, with no advanced seat selection, and limited overhead bin access. The seat pitch is the same as Main Cabin and passengers receive complimentary drinks, snacks, and entertainment.