Alaska Airlines it DepartmentIT department of Alaska Airlines
As we will no longer be able to fly, I tried to use the bonus to improve our seating. All I can do is use my cash for the plane ride. To... improve our places, I have to spend more cash, it doesn't seem right to me. At least in my opinion, the credits should be good for everything that concerns the reservation of the flights, since it is essentially a matter of time.
Although the credits granted were greatly valued, I find it unjust that we cannot equip our places with the rest. Sadly we are living in a very rustic area and our own airfield does not use the facilities of Alaska. From the looks of it now, we have a boyfriend driving us five and a half to get this plane.
Thus we essentially missed about $118 that would recover the costs of seating up-grades and we would not get rid of more cash. The only thing I want to do is improve the places to use up the balance. "Alaska Airlines, thank you for getting in touch with us.
to Alaska Airlines Inc. Blvd Seatac, WA International Airlines 19300
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