Alaska Airlines

Alaska Airlines was founded in 1932 and is regularly ranked as one of the world’s best airlines with high customer satisfaction ratings. With its headquarters and main hub in Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Alaska Airlines flies to over 100 destinations primarily within the United States, Canada and Central America and boats a fleet of over 150 aircraft. With additional bases in Los Angeles, Portland and Anchorage, Alaska Airlines has its own frequent flyer program called Mileage Plan and holds codeshare agreements with numerous leading airlines.

*This information is correct as of February 2017

Why Fly with Alaska Airlines

How to Check in

Travelers flying with Alaska Airlines are able to check-in online or do things the traditional way by checking in at the airport. Online check-ins are available from 24 hours up to 1 hour before flights and also enable passengers to print off a boarding pass and pay for any baggage to check-in, while mobile check-in are also available. Alternatively, passengers are able to utilize a self-service check-in kiosk at all airports which is a great way to skip the queues. Be advised that anyone with baggage to check-in will need to do so at least 4 hours before flights leave.

Baggage Allowances and Fees

Passengers on Alaska Airlines flights are able to check-in baggage for an additional fee and can also bring hand baggage on board flights free of charge. For those needing to check-in baggage, your first and second bag will cost 90AED* each and additional bags will cost 275AED* each. All passengers can bring one item of hand baggage not exceeding 61cm x 43cm x 25cm as well as a personal item such as a handbag or laptop free of charge. If you need to check-in luggage before boarding, you will need to do so at least 4 hours before scheduled flight departure times.

* These prices are converted from USD to AED and correct as of February 2017. Always check with the airline for the most up-to-date price conversion.


Alaska Airlines flights offer a standard Economy Class alongside a premium Business Class. Passengers flying in Economy Class are afforded generous legroom with a seat pitch of 31-36 inches, while in Business Class travelers can enjoy even more legroom at 36-41 inches. Some flights also offer passengers the option to purchase seats with more legroom, with prices starting at 55AED*.

Booking Fees

All charges payable by passengers booking tickets with Alaska Airlines are transparently shown on their website and there are no hidden charges.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.