Alaska Airlines. Reviews, seat maps and photos of the aircrafts.

Alaska Airlines

About aircompany

Alaska Airlines is American airline company with head office in Seattle, Washington. The main hubs are located in airports of the cities: Seattle (Tacoma) and Portland.

However the major parts of the flights are made outside Alaska the airline company plays decisive role in the transport network of this state.

Route network “Alaska” counts more than 100 destinations and the staff counts about 15000 persons. After these and other criteria (for example the size of passenger fleet) Alaska Airlines enters top 10 of the biggest airline Companies of USA.

Despite of this the airline carrier is not a member of any airline alliance.

Reviews about “Alaska Airlines”

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Company ratings and achievements

3-Star-Airline_150 3-STAR airline by SKYTRAX, represents fair quality of services.
SKYTRAX is a United Kingdom-based consultancy, which runs in 1999 the leading international Airline Rating system classifying airlines by the Quality of front-line product and staff service standards.
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"Alaska Airlines" takes 44 place in "AIRLINE SAFETY RATING 2017" by JACDEC.
Jacdec (from 1989) has become a global source for professional and accurate aviation safety information for the benefit of companies, aviation professionals and individual travellers.
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Alaska Airlines Planes

As of September 26, 2017 "Alaska Airlines" operates a mainline fleet of 178 airplanes, 2 more are ordered. The average age of planes is 7.8 years.

The oldest aircraft is Boeing 737-400C, with reg.number N763AS. It is 25.2 years old. The newest one is Boeing 737-900ER, with reg.number N278AK. It is - 0.1 years old


Alaska’s aircraft fleet.

Boeing 737-400 (Boeing 737-400) – 4 aircrafts

Boeing 737-400 Alaska Airlines

  • The newest one – N708AS - 18.7 years
  • The oldest aircraft – N767AS - 25.1 year

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Boeing 737-400 +

Boeing 737-700 (Boeing 737-700) – 14 planes

Boeing 737-700 Alaska Airlines

  • The newest one – N644AS - 14.7 years
  • The oldest aircraft – N607AS - 18.3 years

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Boeing 737-700 +

Boeing 737-800 (Boeing 737-800) – 61 aircraft

Boeing 737-800 Alaska Airlines

  • The newest one – N538AS - 5.4 years
  • The oldest aircraft – N546AS - 12.7 years

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Boeing 737-800 +

Boeing 737-900 (Boeing 737-900) – 12 planes

Boeing 737-900 Alaska Airlines

  • The newest one – N323AS - 13.6 years
  • The oldest aircraft – N302AS - 17.2 years

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Boeing 737-900 +

Embraer ERJ-175 – 20 aircrafts

Embraer ERJ-175 Alaska Airlines

  • The newest one – N192SY - 0.6 years
  • The oldest aircraft – N170SY - 2.4 years

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Embraer ERJ-175 +

Canadair CRJ-700 – 1 aircraft

Canadair CRJ-700 Alaska Airlines

  • The newest one – N217AG - 16.0 years
  • The oldest aircraft – N217AG - 16.0 years

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Canadair CRJ-700 +

Official website – www.alaskaair.com