Alaska Airlines, the seventh-largest airline in the United States, operates out of its hub at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Of the traditional domestic airlines, it has been ranked No. 1 in customer satisfaction for eight years running by J. D. Power and Associates.
The carrier’s dedication to keeping its customers happy is showcased in the current double and triple mileage promotions offered to members of its loyalty program, Mileage Plan.
Through Alaska’s global network of partner airlines, you can earn three times the miles flying first class on Emirates flights bound for, or connecting through, Dubai. There are more options for earning double miles: Book a flight on China-based Hainan Airlines, or grab a ticket for one of Alaska’s new nonstop routes between Los Angeles and Monterey, California or San Jose, California and Eugene, Oregon.
Alaska and the Middle East now have more than the oil industry in common. Buy a ticket to Dubai on Emirates by September 7, and fly before November 30, and get triple the miles for first class and double for business or economy.
This deal is good on flights departing from Boston, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington, D.C. Flights continuing on from Dubai, to one of Emirates’ over 140 worldwide destinations, are also eligible to receive bonus miles.
Alaska and Asia, geographically linked via the Bering Strait, have extended their relationship to the skies. Mileage Plan members can double their miles when they fly on Hainan Airlines. While travel must be completed before the last day of October, registration must occur prior to September 30 and before your flight.
Eligible flights include over 90 cities serviced by Hainan. The airline is noted for its hospitality, plush seats and fine dining.
Double miles aren’t limited to Alaska Airlines’ partners. You can also earn twice the miles when flying on the carrier’s new nonstop route between Los Angeles and Monterey, California. You must fly between November 5 and December 5 to get the bonus miles. There is no limit to the number of times you can take advantage of this offer.
You can also get double miles on flights between Eugene, Oregon and San Jose, California, between November 5 and December 17. You’ll see your bonus miles four to six weeks after your trip. Double miles cannot be applied toward elite status.
You may not be able to view Russia from your porch, but these offers make joining Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan program an easy choice. And if you’re already a member, start registering for these deals, and collect more miles to fund your next trip. As Alaska Airlines’ founding father, Linious “Mac” McGee, once said, “For the same price, you just get more.”