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Though Alaska Airlines is smaller than the three large US airlines Delta, United and American, it is highly appreciated by its clients. Although the densest part of the route is on the West Coast and in Alaska, the carrier, together with its Horizon affiliate, operates to over 70 inland routes throughout the state. The Alaska Air mileage plan is also good.
It is also worthwhile taking part, even if you are interested in travelling internationally outside North and Central America. It has an impressing number of partner airlines competing with some major alliance airlines. Whilst there are some airlines that allow more layovers, Alaska's free layover is peculiar on inland routes. In this example we book a single flight from New York to Anchorage with a stop in Seattle.
Generally, it is good to begin any quest on Alaska with one-way trips, especially if you have some degree of latitude in your itineraries. Visit the Alaska Airlines website and log into your Miles Plan balance. On 11 May, a flight at the minimum repayment stage will be available. On the next page you will find the definitive route and costs.
Travel on this route is the same as for a non-stop flight, so you pay the same amount but see two towns for the cost of one fare. All of Alaska is selling it for $328.10, which is a good bargain for this long-haul flight, but you still get 2.5 euro cent per miles, which is an extraordinary value.