What kind of planes do Alaska Airlines fly?

How many planes does Alaska Airlines fly?

Alaska Airlines Fleet Details and History

Alaska Airlines
Base / Main Hub Seattle Tacoma International (SEA / KSEA)
Bases Los Angeles International (LAX / KLAX) Portland International (PDX / KPDX) Anchorage Ted Stevens (ANC / PANC)
Fleet Size 321 Aircraft (+ 5 On Order/Planned)
Average Fleet Age 1 9.3 Years

Does Alaska Airlines fly A320?

Alaska Airlines operates three versions of the A320 aircraft. This version of the A320 aircraft operates with 149 seating capacity, 8 seats in First Class, 18 seats in Premium Class and 123 seats in Economy Class.

Is Alaska a safe airline?

Top 20 safest airlines for 2021

Alaska Airlines was the only U.S. carrier to be named in the top 10 safest airlines in the world by AirlineRatings.com. For the past five years, Alaska has been named on the website’s top-20 safest airlines in the world.

What airline has the most aircraft?

Top 20 biggest airlines by fleet size

Airline Fleet size
1 American Airlines 956 aircraft
2 Delta Air Lines 879 aircraft
3 Southwest Airlines 749 aircraft
4 United Airlines 765 aircraft

Which is bigger Airbus A320 or Boeing 737?

Airbus A320 has a length of 37.57 m/123 ft 3 inches. Boeing 737-800 is 39.5m/ 129 ft 7 inches long.

Do I need a Covid test to fly Alaska Airlines?

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How old are Alaska Airlines planes?

173 Boeing 737 aircraft, with an average age of 10.5 years; 34 Airbus A320 aircraft, with an average age of 8.0 years; 32 Bombardier Q400 aircraft with an average age of 13.4 years; 62 Embraer 175 aircraft with an average age of 3.7 years.

Who owns Alaska Airlines?