Delta’s unique partnership with Alaska Airlines offers customers additional access to routes beyond Seattle through codeshare, in addition to frequent flyer and lounge reciprocity.
Delta’s expanding marketing alliance with Alaska Airlines builds on our existing alliance, launched in 2004. Under and extensive codesharing agreement, Delta customers can access more than 50 markets beyond Seattle via Alaska Airlines while Alaska Airlines’ customers can utilize more than 70 domestic Delta destinations.
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With its hubs in Anchorage, Seattle, Portland and Los Angeles, Alaska Airlines offers unique experience to customers throughout the U.S. west coast including flights to all major islands in Hawaii as well as Mexico and Canada.
Delta and Alaska Airlines have a long history of cooperation and will continue to expand our codeshare and frequent flyer partnerships with the goal of offering greater benefits and product offerings to customers.
Alaska Airlines has one of the youngest, all Boeing fleet in the industry. With its two cabin (First and Main) aircraft, excellent customer service and onboard experience, customer choose Alaska Airlines for their consistent award-winning service.
The Delta/Alaska Airlines unique partnership offers additional benefits to customers in both carrier’s frequent flyer programs. Delta SkyMiles® members and Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan™ members are able to earn and redeem miles on flights throughout their respective networks.
Delta SkyMiles Medallion level members and Alaska Airlines MVP members have access to a wide array of benefits on both airlines including priority check-in, boarding and access to preferred seats. Gold, Platinum and Diamond Medallion members and MVP Gold and Gold75k members receive complimentary upgrades on both airlines select flights.