Continuous renewal of our aircraft means we have the youngest, most fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly fleet in the country— and has helped us reduce our emissions by more than 35% per passenger mile since 2004.
We started our inflight recycling program in the late 1980’s, and it’s now the most comprehensive recycling program of any U.S. airline. Since 2010, we have recycled more than 15,000 tons of recyclable paper, cans, bottles, and plastic.
We have given more than $17,000,000 in cash and in-kind donations to support our hub communities and those in need.
In 2018, we awarded employee achievements with bonuses and incentive pay totaling over $118 million.
Earning our wings
Just days away from graduation, hundreds of seniors from Highline Public Schools near Seattle went on a special “field trip” with Alaska’s Chief Football Officer Russell Wilson at the Museum…
These days, most 16-year-olds are focused on getting their driver’s licenses, playing Fortnite or deciding who they want to ask to prom, but Shelby O’Neil isn’t your average teenager. She’s a Girl…
On Mother’s Day, Alaska Airlines celebrated a first – Los Angeles–based Captain Tara Wright and First Officer Mallory Cave were the first two female African American pilots to fly together…
Use our app.
Go paperless by using our award-winning app to board your next flight using a digital boarding pass.
At least 13 million guests used mobile boarding passes in 2018, saving approximately 1,300 trees worth of paper.
Be conscientious when packing for your trip. Each pound makes a difference to our CO2 emissions.
If each passenger packed 5 lbs. lighter, it would decrease our CO2e emissions by 11,800 metric tons each year.
Bring a bottle.
Help us reduce inflight waste by bringing a refillable water bottle to the airport and fill it up once you’re past security.
If just 10% of our guests brought a pre-filled water bottle it would save 680,000 plastic bottles per year.
Help us support charities and people in need in the communities we serve by donating your miles.
Last year our guests donated 53.8 million miles to help organizations like the Nature Conservancy, United Negro College Fund, and Make-A-Wish.