Provided by Travel Out Seattle premier partner: Alaska Airlines
The next time you’re at SEA, you’ll notice new enhancements at Alaska Airlines. From booking to boarding and beyond, Alaska has taken nearly 100 actions to keep you safe every time you fly. Drawing on the expertise of UW Medicine’s infectious disease experts, Next-Level Care includes a pre-travel health and wellness agreement, face masks for employees and guests alike and a rigorous cleaning program.
Learn more about the safety measures here.
As of 8/7/2020: Alaska Airlines Coronavirus Travel Updates HERE
- No mask? No travel. Per Alaska Airlines policy, a cloth face mask or covering is required for the duration of your flight, including boarding and deplaning. Effective August 7, 2020, mask exceptions apply only to children under the age of 2 (in alignment with CDC age guidelines). If you are unable to wear a mask throughout the airport and for the duration of your flight for any reason, you will not be able to fly with us. This is for the safety of all guests and employees.
- If you forgot your mask at home, we have them available upon request.
- Your mask or face covering must cover your nose and mouth and should only be removed when briefly eating or drinking.
- Guests who repeatedly refuse to wear a mask or face covering will be given a final warning—in the form of a yellow card—and may be suspended from flying with us for a period of time. Read more about mask enforcement.
- Individual hand-sanitizer wipes are available on board. At our airports, we’re rolling out additional hand-sanitizing stations in check-in lobbies and gate areas.