It’s About to Get Easier to Book a Flight to London — Here’s What You Need to Know

Planning a trip to London but finding it hard to book flights?

Booking flights can be a hassle, especially when you’re trying to navigate multiple airline websites and find the best connections. It’s frustrating and time-consuming.

Good news! Alaska Airlines is making it simpler. They’ve expanded their partnership with British Airways, allowing you to book flights to London directly on the Alaska Airlines website.

🛫 Expanded Booking Options

Starting now, you can book British Airways flights to London directly on Alaska Airlines’ website. Here’s what you need to know:

  • Book Now: Tickets are available for flights starting June 18.
  • Where to Book: Head to to secure your tickets.
  • Departure Airports: Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Chicago, and New York.
  • Multiple Daily Frequencies:
    • Seattle: 2x each day
    • Portland: Daily
    • San Francisco: 2x each day
    • Los Angeles: 3x each day
    • San Diego: 2x each day
    • Chicago: 3x each day
    • New York (JFK): 8x each day

🤝 Why This Partnership is Awesome

“We’re excited to add our longstanding partner, British Airways, to our growing portfolio of book direct airlines,” said Andrew Harrison, Chief Commercial Officer of Alaska Airlines. “London is one of the most requested global gateways by our guests and no one serves it better than British Airways and the Oneworld alliance.”

🌍 Future Expansions

Later this year, the partnership will grow to include:

  • Connecting Flights: Purchase connecting Alaska flights directly.
  • Additional Destinations: Book British Airways flights to destinations beyond London.

British Airways Chief Planning and Strategy Officer, Neil Chernoff, added, “This expanded partnership offers seamless access to London. We look forward to connecting even more travelers between the Pacific Northwest and the UK capital.” 

💼 Benefits for Mileage Plan Members

  • Earn Miles: 100% of miles flown when booking British Airways flights through Alaska.
  • Status Matching: Equal status matching within Oneworld.

📰 Recent Developments

The Department of Transportation (DOT) recently approved a codeshare partnership between British Airways and JetBlue, covering:

  • 75 Domestic Flights: From New York and Boston by JetBlue.
  • 17 Intra-European Flights: From London by British Airways.

🌟 Don’t Miss Out!

Book your flight to London now and enjoy the seamless travel experience brought to you by Alaska Airlines and British Airways! 🇬🇧✨

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