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Along these lines, two major airlines have announced modifications that will impact passengers during their trips. For its part, Alaska Airlines has made a change to its in-flight food and beverage service, but it does not involve price changes. In fact, many passengers will appreciate the move.
Escalating fuel costs and rising expenses hurt Alaska Air (ALK).
Alaska Air (ALK) announced partnering with climate-tech company CHOOSE to provide passengers options to reduce their travel-related carbon emissions.
Andrew Watterson knows the cost of flight disruptions. The chief operating officer of Southwest Airlines found himself in the eye of a storm after a blizzard last December forced the company to cancel almost 17,000 flights, disrupting travel plans for about 2 million customers. Airlines have taken measures to beef up winter operations including investments in weather forecast technology and de-icing equipment, and increased staffing and training.
Alaska Airlines partners with CHOOOSE to empower guests to reduce emissions and support growth of the sustainable aviation fuel market
Alaska Airlines announced today it is partnering with climate-tech company CHOOOSE to provide new options for sustainability-minded guests to take action on their travel-related carbon emissions by purchasing sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) credits or support nature-based climate projects.
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As seen in the uproar over the last few months, Delta Air lines' decision to make stricter rules for accessing its lounges has ricocheted all throughout the travel world. While Delta's CEO later admitted the airline "probably went too far" in pushing forth the changes and raised the number of times one can access its SkyClub lounges, the airline is staying firm in its decision to introduce caps on visits in the first place. The reasons ultimately come down to many SkyClub lounges growing crowded as more travelers found ways to gain access and the airline not having the resources to maintain the "luxury" experience it wants associated with its lounges.
Three commercial airlines reported being illuminated by a green laser just a day apart from each other in the past week, according to the FAA.
Targeting that mid-November period before many's vacation-planning amps up, Alaska Airlines just dropped its Mexico sale to commemorate the 35-year anniversary of first starting to offer service to the United States' southern neighbor in 1988. Between Nov. 14 and the end of Nov. 16, one will be able to find one-way fares to popular resort towns such as Acapulco and Zihuatanejo from many U.S. cities for $99 on the airline's site. "Alaska has connected travelers to the rich culture and natural beauty of Mexico since 1998 and has grown to be the #1 U.S.-based carrier from the West Coast with the most flights to the most destinations in Mexico," the airline told TheStreet in a statement.
Moody's Investors Service has rated Alaska Air Group with an investment grade credit rating in their initial assessment of the airline, citing the company's "strong business profile and conservative financial policy."