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  • Nov 20, 2018

    Alaska Airlines pulls to the top spot this year as the healthiest airline and inherits Virgin America’s (VA) top spot. The airline worked hard to inherit the food footprint of VA, and surpassed VA by offering better individual snacks and healthier meals.

  • Oct 24, 2018
    Triple Pundit

    In North America, one airline stands out from the pack, as reflected by the 2018 Dow Jones Sustainability Index. Updated annually by S&P Dow Jones Indices and sustainability investing specialist RobecoSAM, the Index ranks the world’s top companies based on social and environmental impact and represents the gold standard in corporate sustainability. For the second year in a row, Alaska Airlines earned the No. 1 spot for the North American aviation sector—and, with its recent efforts, it’s easy to see why.

  • Sep 26, 2018
    Forbes

    As the VR industry continues to mature, we’re seeing new and interesting applications for the technology emerge. Previously, these applications were limited by the fact that VR headsets required a dedicated computer to power them. Now, the growth of standalone VR headsets is enabling technology that fits the actual needs of the market. Enter Skylights, a French company with a new standalone VR headset for use in-flight called the Allosky. Skylights recently announced a partnership with Alaska Airlines.

  • Sep 7, 2018
    Seattle PI

    The Seahawks aren't what they were five years ago, but it remains a cultural mandate that we incorporate their existence into every part of our lives: especially quarterback Russell Wilson.

    It's not enough that he's taken over our billboards, TV commercials, social media feeds and also our cereal. Now he's on a plane.

  • Jun 25, 2018
    Today Show

    A California teenager is being praised for her act of kindness toward a man who is blind and deaf during a cross-country flight last week.

    On an Alaska Airlines trip from Boston to Portland, Oregon, flight attendants made an announcement asking if anyone knew sign language, hoping to find someone to communicate with the passenger on board.

    That's how 15-year-old Clara Daly entered Tim Cook's life, and now the story of their fast friendship has gone viral.

    "I was like, doesn't seem too hard — let's do it!" Daly, from Los Angeles, told NBC station KGW.