This Christmas, Alaska Airlines and Starbucks Coffee are teaming up to spread a little holiday cheer. As part of this co-marketing event, Alaska Airlines just rolled out their holiday livery out of the paint shop. This holiday livery took to the sky yesterday on its initial flight from Seattle to Chicago. Enjoy the time-lapse video of the magic of the Alaska Airlines paint shop.
Cup, cup and away!
The holiday spirit was IN THE AIR today at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, as Alaska Airlines unveiled its newest special-edition aircraft featuring one of our favorite hometown friends, Starbucks. The plane, tail number N238AK, showcases Starbucks’ famous red cups filled with their signature holiday drinks. The Boeing 737-900ER made its inaugural flight from Seattle (SEA) to Chicago (ORD) yesterday morning and will fly throughout the network this holiday season.
Starbucks and Alaska will provide 50 flights with reusable holiday cups and treats through Dec.12. Alaska will also offset the carbon impacts of these flights through The Good Traveler program, as part of our commitment to being carbon net-zero by 2040.
Ugly Sweater Day Is Back
In celebration of National Ugly Holiday Sweater Day, Alaska’s famous holiday sweaters are back to make your holiday season cozy. Guests who wear their festive holiday sweaters to the airport on December 17th can board early across Alaska’s expansive network. This year’s design is now available for presale at Alaska’s Company Store.
Any guest wearing an ugly holiday sweater this holiday season can purchase a day pass to one of our nine lounges, located in Anchorage (ANC), New York (JFK), Portland (PDX), San Francisco (SFO), and Seattle (SEA) for just $25 for immediate use! The normal price for the Alaska Lounge day pass is $50.00 and the pass is good for 24 hours and not a single-use.