Passengers arriving at the E and F Gates (Gates E1-E13 and F1-F22) may be met at the signed “Meeting Point” located on the Arrivals/Baggage Claim Level, between Baggage Carousels 3 and 4. International passengers may be met at the US Customs and Immigration exit, Arrivals Level Lobby, International Terminal.
Alaska Airlines has announced today that they’ll be opening an Alaska Lounge at San Francisco Airport Terminal 2 in 2020. The new 8,500 square foot Alaska Lounge will be on the top floor of SFO’s Terminal 2, so will feature the highest viewpoint of any domestic lounge at SFO .
Remember to check Alaska Airlines first for flights to Canada, Mexico and Costa Rica. If you’re flying internationally within North and Central America, check your options on alaskaair.com first to take advantage of the fact that when flying on any Alaska or Horizon flight , a mile flown equals a mile earned.
Terminal 5 is the new home for Allegiant Air , Frontier, Hawaiian Air, JetBlue , Spirit and Sun Country, as well some American Airlines flights and the bus to the American Eagle terminal.
Most airports have the departure and arrival terminals stacked on top of each other or on opposite sides of the terminal. When you are picking someone up (or getting picked up ), tell them to meet you at one of the departure doors. You would be amazed how empty those doors are compared to arrivals .
SFO has four terminals – three of those are for domestic flights and the other is for international flights. What Terminal Do I Need? Terminal 1 could be considered the main terminal . You’ll find most domestic flights run through Terminal 1 including Air Tran Airways, Alaska, Delta, Frontier, Southwest and US Airways.
In an ongoing effort to improve traffic flow on the Domestic Terminal upper level roadway, Lyft , Uber & Wingz Domestic pick -ups will be relocated to Level 5 of the Domestic Garage effective Wednesday, June 5, 2019 at 7:00 a.m. Domestic drop-offs will continue to remain at the Domestic Terminal curbside.
Visit an Alaska Lounge on your next trip. Day passes are available for only $50 per person, and can be purchased at any Alaska Lounge . Benefit for cardholders: Eligible Alaska Airlines Visa® cardholders can purchase a day pass for 50% off, that’s $25.
Membership in the Alaska Lounge is open to all persons 18 years of age and older, upon application and payment of appropriate dues. To access the Alaska Lounge , members and guests must present a valid membership card, same-day ticketed boarding pass on any carrier. We may ask for a government-issued photo ID.
Step onboard and settle into our spacious, custom-designed Recaro leather seats with power outlets, generous recline, and 40″ pitch. We’re adding thoughtful new details like footrests, tablet holders, and easy-to-reach cup holders to many flights , so you can relax while keeping everything close at hand.
Alaska , of course, is not an international destination for a U.S. citizen flying there from the “Lower 48;” however, those portions of the flight that overfly or land in Canada must comply with Canadian regulations.
Travel ticketed as an American Airlines marketed flight (booked as an AA flight number) and operated by Alaska Airlines will earn AAdvantage ® award miles , Elite Qualifying Miles (EQMs), Elite Qualifying Segments (EQSs) and Elite Qualifying Dollars (EQDs) according to the American mileage accrual chart.
EARNING ALASKA AIRLINES MILES WHEN YOU FLY Eligible flights on Alaska Airlines or other qualifying partner airlines earn 1 base Mileage Plan mile per actual mile flown. Eligible flights shorter than 500 miles will earn 500 miles . To get these miles , you must provide your Mileage Plan number when booking flights.