Last month Virgin America flew off into the sunset, sort of. And while repainting aircraft will take a while, cross-fleeting is already taking place. But now, Alaska Air is making further fleet adjustments.
Today we say goodbye Virgin America as a wholly integrated Alaska Air emerges tomorrow. And with it, new a new fare structure and fees.
Did you know that you can check a case of wine for free at select airports when flying Alaska Airlines?
As soon as I realize Alaska Air offers snack boxes, they disappear. And that’s because, recently, Alaska Air eliminated Premium Class Lite Bites Boxes to reduce waste without warning.
As you may recall, back in December I flew Alaska Air Premium Class for the first time. However, I slept for the entire flight and missed the whole service. But now I know there is an Alaska Air Premium Class Lite Bites box.
Alaska Air Premium Class is a relatively new product. And, while Mrs. Island Miler and I didn’t plan on flying this product on our recent flight, we did. So here’s our experience flying Alaska Air Premium Class HNL-SEA.