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"alaska airlines" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:09 min | 2 months ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on WTOP

"To take steps if needed in the future As of Thursday it remains up to passengers to decide whether to wear masks on public transportation though the sudden rule change Monday led to confusion with some cities like New York and Philadelphia still requiring masks on trains buses and an airport Errol Barnett CBS News at Reagan national airport Meantime some airline passengers who were barred from flying because they refused to wear masks on flights may soon be able to fly again United delta and Alaska airlines telling CBS News they will be reviewing each case before making a decision Delta says passengers have to demonstrate an understanding of their expected behavior when flying passengers who engaged in what the airline calls egregious behavior will remain banned from flying Delta did ban about 2000 fliers while the mask mandate was in place united band about a thousand and Alaska banning 1700 The drug overdose death toll hit a record of nearly a 107,000 over the past year Today President Biden is sending his administration's first national drug control strategy to Congress Stephanie smiley Johnson with Montgomery recovery services and addiction treatment center in Rockville tells us why the administration is prioritizing what it calls harm reduction Harm reduction is really about connecting individuals who suffer from substance use disorder with not only overdose education but the resources and tools such as naloxone and the fentanyl test strips We also want to provide counseling and referral to other treatment So that might be primary care mental health as we know a lot of individuals who suffer from substance use disorder also have mental health concerns And we want to really push the distribution of the tools that can help prevent the fatal overdoses that we're seeing right now The strategy also calls for changes in state laws and policies and is said to have bipartisan support Up ahead on WTO will speak live with a Washington Post reporter about some of the reasons we are still experiencing high food prices Turns out it's not all about staffing and supply chain issues We'll explain it's 1136 American military university presents she also served true stories from women veterans changing the world 1° at a time Kim byers was in the army for 30 years and received her bachelor's and master's degrees in Homeland Security from AMU she says before her service I was the skinny scrawny person and I didn't speak much I was very shy not open about my opinion But the military changed her and helped her come out of her shell I think for me it gave me a sense of confidence strong confidence Especially because she was able to overcome challenges that went along with being a female service member Me and a woman in the military takes a lot of tough skin You have to toughen up when you're in the military because there's a lot of people that want to see you fail When you know there's people opposing what you're doing you have to just work through them So in that aspect I would say that is the challenge I'm Nikki and Ellie American military.

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Check-in Problems Causes Delays at Airports

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Check-in Problems Causes Delays at Airports

"The check in delays that were affecting passengers of three airlines earlier this morning have been resolved the system that provides check in services for several airlines had some computer issues that cause delays and long check in lines across the country Sabor a company that books flights says the problem has been taken care of and measures have been taken to prevent it from happening again however there were reports of long lines at some airlines hours later the problem impacting American Airlines JetBlue and Alaska Airlines I'm I. Kempen

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"A p dot com 19 w b a P. By the way how the female has blown upon the VBS thing. We'll get back into that at 8 37. Okay? Yeah, I'll get some reaction that before we get to tell me something good. Sure. Which is at 8 45 this morning. Yes. With super goes, and it's always good. It really is. It's Laura Ryan Boulders, a Republican senator from Alaska and She flies Alaska Airlines. Okay, one of the only one she can for. I think I think it's a matter of fact. It is the only one that she can't fly. Well, she can't fly anymore. Because she's been banned from flying Alaska Airlines. This is a This is Alaska Senator Remember the Alaska Senate sees this state senator. Okay, State 70 years just so you know, she's good. She's a state senator. She she's been banned. But because she continues to refuse to wear the mask. On the plain on the plain. It's in Alaska Airlines. I guess I'm gonna say rule. Okay? Okay. No problem. Ass policy about that. Okay? Sure. Okay, where That's their. That's their rule with the mask on the fly, Right? And she refuses to do that. So Alaska Airlines say can't do it. Now she calls it mask tyranny. She refers to their flight attendants is masked bullies. Um uh, yeah. What's wrong with her? I know, but the policy is you gotta wear the mask could be on the plane She refuses to do so. You're not gonna get the flight lady, right? I thought you had to be at least a teenager to get elected to Senate. Yeah, I know. So because she can't fly. She is. She had to make the journey from Anchorage to Juneau. She had to drive and then take a fairy. All right. She lives in Anchorage. To get to the state capital. It took her 39 hours. Yeah, She should have gotten a lift with those ice road Truckers. Yeah, the the the plane ride would have been 90 minutes. How long did it take 39 hours. Because she can't find playing anymore because she refuses. To wear the mask. She's an idiot. I'm with you. I mean, if yourself a good head start yet, Right? Exactly. I mean, if if you look at, you know, from Anchorage to Ju notes down the coastline, Sure. And Juno's this island you gotta fly into it. Well, if you can't fly, how you gonna get that You can't drive there. So she had the She She had to take a kayak. Yeah, she had to take a fairy. So he took her 39 hours. So is she have Anat itude like I'm a state senator. You can't do this. I think it's I don't know that it's that as much as she doesn't believe in the mass thing. She claims by the way, she claims. That this is not true. She said that she respected the airline policy. She says This is a dirty conspiracy to prevent her from voting on a bill because they didn't want her to get there. She's announced her opposition to a bill that would extend the covert state of emergency. So She had to travel 500 miles by car and boat. To give to Juneau. Well, so this would be easy. Two. There's gonna be witnesses that say you can't fly because you won't put the mask on. Yeah, I mean, there's even a photo of her. Having a conversation with the employees and with a T. Essa remember, they're the issue is she's wearing a surgical mask, but she doesn't wear it over her nose. Wear it over your nose. Later, she wears it like the chin diaper. What? No. It's Alaska has a policy. Alaska Airlines and right If you don't follow their policy, you don't get to fly you. You would think traffic right now. Here's one that took months. Come on. No 20 westbound at Houston School Road is a crash was taken away. The right lane puts it up to the right shoulder. But it's unwinding from I 45 6 35 west, find a t I boulevard that one is there in the two left lanes. It is a solid backup now beyond Garland Road, And when I 30 East pound around east Chase Parkway, they may have that one off to the side. But I 20 on that eastbound side of moment Springs that right lanes taken away. It's still heavy back to campus to Dr W. Ba pee first traffic on the ones I'm Monte Cook. This report is brought to you by drivers Select No one appreciates depreciation echo that when it comes to getting more for less and Echo Park Grand Prairie in Plano, they echo that shop thousands of nearly new vehicles up to.

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Airlines pull Boeing Max jets to inspect electrical systems

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Airlines pull Boeing Max jets to inspect electrical systems

"Airlines are again pulling dozens of Boeing seven thirty seven Max jets out of service this time to inspect for possible electrical problem Boeing says its informed sixteen customers they need to stop flying the jets until they check an electrical issue in certain seven thirty seven Max aircraft Boeing says this issue a possible problem with grounding in an electrical power system was discovered in a plane that was still on the production line and it's unrelated to the automated flight control system that was linked to two deadly crashes that cause the MAX jets to be grounded in twenty nineteen southwest American United and Alaska Airlines all say they've pulled the planes from service and we'll try to keep normal flight schedules using other aircraft I'm Jackie Quinn

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Boeing grounds some 737 Max aircraft over electrical issue

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Boeing grounds some 737 Max aircraft over electrical issue

"Troubles for Boeing. The 7 37 Max has another potential issue leading to some planes being grounded here in the U. S. United, American, Southwest and Alaska Airlines are now parking their Boeing 7 37 max aircraft so they could be inspected for a possible electrical grounding issue. We have fixes her needed Boeing indicates they could be done quickly. This is totally unrelated to the previous automation system issue linked to two deadly crashes and had the plane's grounded for close to two years. He sees Alex Stone,

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Seattle area's Alaska Airlines among those planning to ask passengers for contact-tracing details

WBZ Midday News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle area's Alaska Airlines among those planning to ask passengers for contact-tracing details

"Some airlines plane to expand the practice of asking passengers heading into the U. S for contact tracing details. CBS is Jennifer Keiper says Two airlines have been doing this since late last year and industry trade Group says joining Delta and United and asking passengers to make their names, phone numbers and addresses available to the CDC. Will be American, Southwest Alaska. JetBlue and Hawaiian Airlines Airlines for America, says the goal is to give the information to health officials so that it can be used for contact tracing during the pandemic and ultimately lead to the lifting of restrictions by the U. S on international travel. Requests are voluntary, and United Airlines says that since December, most international customers have provided the

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Alaska Airlines takes delivery of first Boeing Max aircraft

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Alaska Airlines takes delivery of first Boeing Max aircraft

"Airlines accepting delivery of its first Boeing 737 Max, nine jetliner, and representatives of the Seattle based airlines say the Max will start carrying passengers March 1st, Alaska pilots flew the aircraft on a short hop from Boeing Field, too. Si Tak airport in the company's hangar there with a small group of Alaska's top leadership on board.

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Man arrested after making false security threat on Alaska Airlines flight leaving from Seattle

News, Traffic and Weather

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Man arrested after making false security threat on Alaska Airlines flight leaving from Seattle

"Called in a false security threat on in Alaska Airlines flight departing from Seattle early yesterday, The flight was headed to Alaska Catch A can to be exact. The port of Seattle says all passengers deplaned And the plane was taken to a secure location for further investigation and a search, of course, an abundance of caution all passengers being scheduled then for another flight. And we do have an update. Winona County authorities there

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Dallas Based American Among Major US Airlines Banning Guns In Luggage For Washington DC Flights

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas Based American Among Major US Airlines Banning Guns In Luggage For Washington DC Flights

"Are stepping up security on flights to Washington ahead of next week's presidential inauguration, including a ban on guns. Delta United Alaska and American Airlines say passengers flying to the nation's capital will not be allowed to fly with guns checked into their luggage. Other airlines are announcing other steps like American Airlines banning alcohol on flight to D. C. The FAA has announced a crackdown on violence or threats, Administrator Stephen Dixon Ripple Word screw harassment is on the rise, both from passengers refusals to wear masks. And from recent violence of the U. S. Capitol Last week, Senator Mitt Romney was heckled on a flight by President Trump's supporters who will never fly on Delta again, says an airline spokesman. Alaska Airlines has banned 14 passengers. Jackie Quinn,

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

"Among those making changes leading up to the inauguration. ABC is Alex Stone joining us with what they're doing to prevent violence on board. Alex. It seems like everybody's on edge. So some new rules kicking in with all these airlines. Well, that's right. Yes, so the goal is to prevent a repeat of what unfolded last week where people flying in and out of these he got really rowdy on Lights going in for what ended up happening at the Capitol and then coming out and imagine being on this life, everybody yelling at each other. And there was even a guy who is projecting a trump 2020 logo on the ceiling of the plane and the flight attendants had to get involved. He just threatened all of us know I'm talking to you with the I'll have a seat, please. Now have a seat. Now she tells him so airlines are banding together to prevent trouble next week, American Airlines not serving alcohol onboard flights in and out of D C through the inauguration on then now, other airlines saying Delta, Alaska has now jumped in on it. United has is, well that they're not gonna allow anybody going into DC airports. Check in a gun through next week where you would check it in in the case in the belly of the plane. This is a bastion, the CEO of Delta on CNBC. This 11 thing we're going to do is work on Lee to not allow anyone to check a firearm into any of the Metro D C airports starting this weekend and carrying it through the next week. Unless you have you are long force mint in your authorized to be to be carrying what and today Alaska Airlines, saying it's going to go beyond the just not name checked guns. They're also going to require almost like post 9 11. The passengers going into D. C that they stay seated for an hour before they land when they take off the day as stay seated for an hour after takeoff, nobody up and Alaska's limiting the number of people who will be on board planes going in and out of D. C. So Ah ah lot of changes coming into effect as we head into next week. Don't to CEO. They're saying this is high alert. Yeah, well, And he says that this is a period where the whole country is on high alert right now, and that that everybody is dealing with it into the airlines. They play a role as well. And you know, this comes is just yesterday. Lisa, the FAA putting in place a new policy Steve Dixon, the head of the FAA, signing it last night. That if you disrupt a flight crew, and that could be as minimal as not wearing a mask and refusing to wear a mask that they're going to go after you for jail and finds now no more warnings of VFA of you broke the rules that you can't fly again in the future, or, you know, just don't do it. They're going to go now for jail time and fines against those who are refusing to do with a flight, crew says. They say they are very serious about it. And darn airline's onboard with actually thinking about more when it comes to masks with what the president wants when it along the mast mandate. Yeah, they're actually backing the president elect and soon to be president on a nationwide airline mask mandate that if you fly that it would be federal rule, and then they could put in a lot more penalties for breaking those rules. Since right now, it's really just airline airline is what they want that this would be the federal government's saying it but already today, Alaska saying it's going to increase mask enforcement. Other airlines saying the same Now you've got the FAA saying that they will. The penalties will be much more severe for the next couple of months. So there is really a push now to say you gotta wear that mask a BCS Alex Stone. Thanks, Alex. You got it next, Lisa. Time now to connect with Cuomo's bill Sports at the Beacon Plumbing. Sports Desk. Dog Days for Washington Huskies. Basketball, Huh? You double US to star freshman players to the NBA draft of the remaining group just hasn't jelled on the court. Junior guard Jamal Bay, says the Huskies continue to work hard despite a one in nine record. Yes, hard, but we gotta push through it like every other team, so that's what we're trying to keep getting better keep he don't keep doing our building are routine. Washington takes on Tall, talented USC earlier PAC 12 leading U C L. A hung a 30 point loss on visiting Washington State. The Cougars are now two and three in the Pac 12. Perfect Gonzaga on the home court tonight Against Pepper died, one of college football's most successful coaches will try his hand in the NFL. Urban Meyer tries to get the Jacksonville Jaguars franchise turned in the right direction. Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson says he was sad to see the team fire offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer. It was Pete Carroll's call and Wilson Trust Seattle's head coach, to find the right play. Caller. PGA Tour Continues in Oahu, Hawaii Peter Malnati first round clubhouse leader it eight under part Sports A 10 and 40 after the hour Bill Swartz Comeau News. From.

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Delta: No checked guns on DC-bound flights through next week

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Delta: No checked guns on DC-bound flights through next week

"Flying from here to Washington, D C, well ahead of next week's presidential inauguration of Joe Biden. Airlines going to Washington are stepping up security. Seattle based Alaska Airlines joining Delta and United in barring passengers from putting guns and checked bags.

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Most major US airlines ban guns in luggage for DC flights

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Most major US airlines ban guns in luggage for DC flights

"The nation's airlines are stepping up security on flights to Washington ahead of next week's presidential inauguration including a ban on guns delta United Alaska and American airlines say passengers flying to the nation's capital will not be allowed to fly with guns checked into their luggage other airlines are announcing other steps like American Airlines banning alcohol on flights to DC the FAA's announced a crackdown on violence or threats the administrator Stephen Dixon reports crew harassment is on the rise both from passengers refusals to wear masks and from recent violence at the US capitol last week senator Mitt Romney was heckled on a flight by president trump supporters who will never fly on delta again says an airline spokesman Alaska Airlines is banned fourteen passengers Jackie Quinn Washington

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US Airlines Introduce New Rules for Washington DC Flights

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

02:06 min | 1 year ago

US Airlines Introduce New Rules for Washington DC Flights

"Is taking a hard line against people not wearing a mask. A B C's Alex Stone has the latest, Yes. So the goal is to prevent a repeat of what unfolded last week where people were flying in and out of D. C and they got very rowdy on board flights. I mean, listen to this. Imagine being on that plane. There were chants Syria! Then people were harassing other passengers. Somebody was projecting a trump 2020 logo onto the ceiling of that Boeing 7 37 that you know others were going. Look, I'm just trying to watch a movie or I'm just trying to sleep and Evil are are chanting a little bit more of that your flight attendants getting involved in his name. He just threatened. All of us know I'm talking to you with the I'll have a seat. Please now have a seat. Now, she says. So. Now airlines are banding together and had to prevent trouble next week. American Airlines not serving alcohol onboard flight, say amount of D C through the inauguration. And now a bunch of airlines started with Delta. But now United American Delta, Alaska, they're banning guns from checked the luggage on the flights to the D. C area. You know, normally you'd be able to have it in case you'd be able to put it in the belly of the plane. But not if you're going into D. C for the next week, and Bastian, the CEO of Delta, saying, they feel like they got to do. One thing we're going to do is work on Lee too. Not allow anyone to check a firearm into any of the Metro D C airports starting this weekend and carrying it through the next week. Unless you have you are long force mint in your authorized to be to be carrying when he was on CNBC today, and then Alaska Airlines going even beyond that almost post 9 11 type roles that if you're flying into D, c. You've got to be seated for an hour before you land If you're flying out You've got to be seated for an hour after you take off flight crews are gonna be staying outside of hotels outside of Washington. So, ah lot going on the airlines, saying they're trying to calm it down on board. Try to calm it down on the ground with the gun rules for people aren't flying guns in. If they're not law enforcement lot going on cash. I'll say Alex, and you know this is all. In addition, of course, to all

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14 passengers banned by airline after rowdy Washington, DC to Seattle flight

WBZ Morning News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

14 passengers banned by airline after rowdy Washington, DC to Seattle flight

"Thursday night aboard a flight from the nation's capital to Seattle. Alaska Airlines says 14 passengers became combative, refusing to follow mask rules and continually harassing the flight crew Now it's unclear if any of them were part of the riots the capital on Wednesday. No one has been arrested, but all 14 have been banned for life from the airline. Jeff Pooja,

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Alaska Airlines bans 14 passengers after disturbance on flight from Washington, D.C. to Seattle

News, Traffic and Weather

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Alaska Airlines bans 14 passengers after disturbance on flight from Washington, D.C. to Seattle

"Been banned from flying in Alaska Airlines after creating a disturbance on a flight from Washington, D C to Seattle last night, the airline said all 14 passengers refused to wear masks argued with and harassed the flight crew. Alaska has banned 288 passengers for violating its mask policy, not including the 14 passengers from last night. Tonight,

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Man shown with feet on Nancy Pelosi's desk arrested

News, Traffic and Weather

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Man shown with feet on Nancy Pelosi's desk arrested

"People have been arrested in in the the deadly deadly attack attack on on the the U. U. S. S. Capitol Capitol and and a a dozen dozen people people now now face face federal federal charges charges Come Come was was tending. tending. Natasa Natasa has has the the latest latest said, said, say say they they will will not not tolerate tolerate violent violent extremists. extremists. They say such behavior. Trace the values of our democracy, So they are determined to find these people very quickly. Thea FBI has dozens of people they're looking for in the violent attack on the U. S. Capitol building. These persons of interest are right on their front page. Among the people featured on that front page is a man seen scaling the Capitol building. Among those who are now charged is Richard Barnett. He's the man seen in photos breaking into House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is office thing, putting his foot up on her desk and stealing mail from her desk. He was arrested in Little Rock, Arkansas and face is three federal charges. Also facing charges is Lonnie Kaufman. He was arrested at the Capitol and charged with possession of destructive devices. Investigators say they found 11 Molotov cocktails filled with gasoline and home made napalm after searching his truck. As for Barnett, he spoke out about why he did it before he was arrested. You're out of order that is he appreciated that together, appreciates that. My feet up on the desk. The FBI is still looking for several others and is asking the public for tips on who these people are and where to find them. And we have a link to the FBI's front page at common. News dot com was trouble on Alaska Airlines flight last night 14 people were on the flight from Washington, D. C. The Seattle and have the airlines say they became disorderly, refused to follow mass rules and Continually harass the crew. It's unclear if any in that group played a part in Wednesday's D. C. Protest. Those passengers have all been banned for life from Alaska Airlines.

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American Airlines changes rules for emotional support animals

710 WOR Programming

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

American Airlines changes rules for emotional support animals

"Allowing emotional support pants on flights due to changing government rules. Sara Barkley with the details Texas based air carrier says the rules go into effect next week, and travelers will soon have to fill out a government form two days before boarding planes. New federal rules to find service animals as a dog trained to help a disabled person, the airline says pets £20 and under will still be allowed on flights but must be in carriers. Alaska Airlines announced last week it would also no longer allow emotional support pets. Sarah Bartlett, NBC News Radio Jersey based Johnson and

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American Airlines bans emotional support animals

Larry O'Connor

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

American Airlines bans emotional support animals

"Com, another airline banning emotional support animals As of next month, only train service dogs will be allowed to fly an American Airlines cabins. Passengers will be required to submit the Transportation Department service animal air transportation form before their trip to confirm they have a legitimate service dog. Alaska Airlines announce the same policy last week. A new Transportation Department rule takes effect next Monday that emotional support animals will no longer be considered service animals on flights that allows airlines to change their own policies. Airlines had complained that people were bending the rules to fly with their pets for free and that untrained animals have injured flight

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American Airlines bans emotional support animals

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

American Airlines bans emotional support animals

"Line with the new federal rules. As of next month, only trained service dogs will be allowed to fly an American airlines cabins. Passengers will be required to submit the Transportation Department service animal air transportation form before their trip to confirm they have a legitimate service dog. Alaska Airlines announce the same policy last week. New Transportation Department rule takes effect next Monday that emotional support animals will no longer be considered service animals on flights. This allows airlines to change their own policies. The airlines had complained of people are bending the rules to fly with their pets for free. That untrained animals have injured flight attendants. Chris Foster Fox News an hour to the close on Wall Street,

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American Airlines is grounding emotional-support animals

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

American Airlines is grounding emotional-support animals

"American Airlines is banning emotional support animals in a move that will force most animal owners to pay extra if they want their pets to travel with them American Airlines says it will allow animals in the cabin free of charge only if they are trained service dogs well the changes already in affect passengers who already bought tickets can fly with the companion animal until February first the move follows a similar decision by Alaska airlines and other carriers will likely do the same the number of passengers flying with companion animals grew rapidly in recent years with some saying the animals help them overcome anxiety and other issues passengers only needed a note from a health professional to be allowed to bring their pets on board actually after

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

"See Attack based Alaska Airlines takes delivery of its first ever Max early next year, and we'll put it in service in March. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news and with that Max commercial flight today, analysts tell us, though Boeing still has a long way to go with that part of our coverage combos Charlie harder. The plane has been grounded since March of 2019. And when you add up all the planes that had been built in the meantime, aviation analyst Scott Hamilton tells comb. Oh, there are around 900 Max jets. That had to be prepared to return to service. He says. Aviation agencies from around the world approved the max fixes, not just the FAA and Boeing and I think the fact that these other three regulators particularly involved Really, sir. Give the traveling public confidence that they got things fixed. It's a changing market for Boeing. Hamilton says he doesn't expect the Max will get back to the production levels before the crashes, which was more than 50 jets a month. Charlie Harder come O'Neill's rallies today at the Thurston and Louis County courthouses in support of a restaurant owner who has defied closure orders and continued operating with indoor dining during the pandemic. Almost Carleen Johnson Reports Species Restaurant in show Hey, Liz will face the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries for defiantly operating, allowing people to dine in the restaurant despite pandemic closure orders. Rob Grant is the general manager. We're fighting for our constitutional rights here, and we would like you all to please stand with us. They've been slapped with more than $100,000 in fines and a potential restraining order for breaking the rules. Louis County Sheriff Rob's Naza supports the restaurant staying open. We need to stand.

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Seattle-based Alaska Airlines to stop allowing emotional support animals on flights

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle-based Alaska Airlines to stop allowing emotional support animals on flights

"So long to emotional support animals. You've heard the stories in recent years about the emotional support squirrels and even peacocks. People have tried to bring on board planes. I'm not kidding. This woman is wrangling her peacock into the airport and the claims passengers make their dogs or emotional support animals just to get around paying a pet fee and to be able to take them out of their carriers on board. Well a few weeks ago, the Department of Transportation's that airlines no longer have to allow emotional support animals and now Alaska Airlines announcing emotional support animals will no longer fly on its planes. Specially trained service dogs will be allowed. Alex Stone

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

"5 10, let's get to the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk. Now, here's Tom Hustler. Well, Good morning. Let's talk about the big rivalry game coming up tonight. The cross town rivalry between the Washington Huskies and Seattle University. It'll be rude on the hardwood when the Huskies host from the Red Hawks at Alaska Airlines Arena Washington under coach Mike Hopkins. Oh, and three and searching for their first win is the feeling pressure because of that, I don't think there's any pressure. You know what this is. It's a funky year. You know, we we play to win every game that we play. You know it so we didn't have the exhibition games. You're not playing 35 games. Whatever you play 39 conference 20 conference an impact 12. You know, we're just focused on getting better and having fun playing basketball and having fun playing basketball together that game tips off tonight at Alaska Airlines Arena again and eight PM tip off of no fans allowed. Also tonight. Washington State takes on cross border rival Idaho Husky football team playing their first road game of this unusual year Saturday at Oregon, as they are six point underdogs against the docks, both teams trying to get a spot in the Pac 12 title game. And the Seahawks back to work today, getting set for the match up of the Windows. New York Jets Seattle favored by 13.5 of that contest coming up Sunday afternoon sports at 10 40 Path the Tower. Tom Cutler, Come on in. Come on, whose time 5 12 traffic him just a couple of minutes. First, though, the United States is starting to see the first evidence of that post Thanksgiving surgeon covert 19 that we had been warned about Covic cracking project says more than 200,000. New cases of the virus had been confirmed every day over the past week, with more than 2000 people dying every day. Health officials in California say the Thanksgiving surge is now hitting their state. Ah, spike in cases and ICU beds filling up We're running out of space. We're running out of supplies and We have a shortage of providers emergency alerts going out to cell phones, urging residents to stay home. Still in Los Angeles, some restaurants openly defined state orders to shut down in person dining. We're staying open, man, you know, way gone past the point of no return, health officials warning. It's just the beginning of the holiday crush. We have not yet seen. The full, blunt and and and the effect of the traveling and the congregating Washington state extending its lock down another three weeks in Massachusetts. There now rolling back re openings and expanding mask rules. North Carolina announcing a new overnight curfew, the stakes are dire. This is truly a matter of life and death. So much of this tied to what's happening inside of hospitals. States trying to stop the slow motion disasters unfolding inside ICUs across this country more than 15,000 lives lost in just the last week, the deadliest stretch of the pandemic and so many others fighting to survive. Scariest part of what I see are patients who are agonizing to breathe. They just cannot breathe. And so they're clawing on. They're just getting agitated because they don't know why they can't breathe. Nine months into this pandemic. The virus is still stalking families all over the U. S. And in Washington state. Amanda Welch, hoping her dad can pull through her father. Mike had no underlying conditions. But days after testing positive, he was put on a ventilator. You get a little glimpse of hope, and then Cove. It just rips it from your hands. And I feel like that right? There is the worst book. ABC News has obtained the White House Coronavirus Task Force briefing for the States, and some of the findings are startling. They write. This search is the most rapid increase in cases with wider spread of intense transmission. They write. Many state, local governments are not implementing the same mitigation strategies. That worked months ago. That must start now. That's ABC news correspondent Tom Llamas. Homeowners time. 5 14 now traffic.

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Max aircraft it will sell 10 Airbus A three twenties had acquired when Alaska Airlines bod Virgin America. Alaska also has 30 Tomb or Max aircraft on order with Boeing, which it plans to begin flying next year. Like Stone ABC News A delay in another launch of the Space X is Starling satellites. It was sent to blast off from Cape Canaveral Sunday evening. Launch may take place this evening if the weather cooperates. One notable part of this mission is that it will be the seventh time this Falcon nine rocket will soar into the sky. The Starling project is working to build a constellation of small satellites to provide Internet Around the globe. General Motors says it will no longer support the Trump administration and legal efforts to end California's right to set its own clean air standards, CEO Mary Barra's said in the letter today to environmental groups, GM will pull out of the lawsuit, and it's urging other automakers to do so as well. She says the company agrees with President Electro Biden's plan to expand electric vehicle use. Last week, the company said it is testing a new battery chemistry that will bring electric vehicle costs down to those of gas powered vehicles. Within half a decade. Wall Street is climbing today, the Dow's up 261 points. That's it more than three quarter percent gain. Just slight gains for the NASDAQ and the S and P 500 the tech heavy NASDAQ Up 13 points the S and P 500 dozen WBZ 10 31 of 7.9 82 available everywhere. The I. Heart radio app now number one for podcasting and on hundreds of devices.

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

"Plan in action this as reports say that Cove. It is surging in all parts of the nation. Chuck's Iverson ABC News News 1000 FM, 97 7. Good Afternoon Come on news time. 12 31 I'm Taylor Vance Ice with the top stories from the camo 24 7 News Center as Chuck mentioned from ABC News. Covert is surging across the nation. Total cases over 10 million and Washington alone confirmed 3090 new cases of covert 19. Over the weekend. One state school district is sending its youngest students back to class Como's Brian Calvert reports. Superintendent Adam Swinger has already allowed kindergartners back and starting today, first graders in the Spokane School district are also back at their desks. His plan includes bringing second graders back the week of Thanksgiving. They're moving forward, while many other districts in the state have put their reopening plans on hold for the time being. The move comes as the state and individual counties air setting daily record highs of confirmed covert cases. For example, new records were recorded last week in Pierce County and help department there has identified seven different schools where they've had an outbreak of covert 19. We're not being told if those positive for the virus are staff members or students, but a new tracker is available through the Tacoma Pierce County Health Department website showing outbreaks in both South Hill and Puyallup. Brian Calvert camo news Covert numbers also setting records in Oregon, and as a result that state's going to re implant certain rules. Starting on Wednesday, five counties, including the most populated Multnomah County will be rolled back to an earlier reopening phase, meaning no visits to a long term care facilities. More limits on the restaurant's other mandates returning include not allowing more than six visitors in homes at a time. And the requirement for businesses who can do so to have their employees work from home following a weekend of mostly peaceful protests and demonstrations around the northwest. The governor of organ is also rescinding her executive order on election related unrest Order place state trooper sheriff's deputies and police under a unified command structure in Portland to handle election related unrest. It also authorized the use of the Oregon National Guard to help local law enforcement if necessary. There was some violence after the polls closed November 3rd protesters in Portland. It smashed windows and businesses and hurled objects and officers. Police arrested at least 10 people below. Neil Cuomo News Alaska Air Group, which is the parent company of Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air, says Chief executive Brad Tilden is going to retire next year. Last month, Tilden admitted the pandemic has hammered his company. Third quarter group's capacity was down 55%. Are adjusted net loss was $399 million. Tilden has spent nearly 30 years with Alaska, most of them in the financial department, and he was appointed CEO in 2012. He's going to step down in March and will be replaced by the current Alaska Airlines President Ben Mina Coochie. Alaska Air stock is pretty high today at some points, trading up by more than 20%. Coming up, plus the battle on referendum 90 last week Now those opposed to comprehensive sex education have some advice for parents on Carleen Johnson, 1st 12 34 are Cuomo Traffic update from Marina Rock, Inger. Well, we do have those two lanes blocks south, down by five at Spokane Street, West Seattle Bridge, essentially and so we have stop ago. Traffic from I 90 and those two right lanes are blocked because of emergency road repairs as crews are attempting to fix the expansion joints cover on DH of obviously was not a planned situation. So that's why you're seeing those slowdowns. Other than that things look great on the roads. Right now. You're this like a traffic is sponsored by the state of Washington. Remember, Wear a mask, Stay 6 ft Apart and keep gatherings small. It takes all three actions together to stop the spread of covert 19 learned Maura Corona virus dot wa dot gov Next Comeau traffic at 12 14 apartment 12 44. Come on forecast. Now. Here's meteorologist Kristen Clark expecting a cold rain to arrive in Puget Sound.

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To change your ticket to cancel their tickets. You know the airline industry's you know, starting to realize that they're going to need to do more to convince folks to travel there. They're going to need to, you know, be more flexible. Instead of, you know, perhaps maybe driving or just staying home all together. I was startled this morning to read how much revenue the airlines have been earning from change fees last year American alone more than $800 million. It's huge. On the other hand, it's much less than they lost last quarter. Are they hoping that by giving up that change fee revenue, they'll spur enough additional flying to make up for that lost revenue. It certainly appears that way, air travel is completely down. We are starting to see according to the numbers that more folks are starting to take the skies We saw. You say numbers hit over 800,000 last month. It seems like the pandemic is kind of the straw that broke the camel's back in terms of getting rid of these seeds. I mean, it's certainly not just benevolence. It sounds like also financial desperation. Correct. You mentioned by the way 800,000 CE account last month. What would that compared to for say, a year ago, so 800,000 is still pretty small amount of people. 800,000 is still very low This time Last year, she's given kind of the same weekday over 2.2 million travelers took to the skies. And so that is a market Lee wide gap in terms of you know, folks who are travelling, although if a lot of what's keeping people out of airplanes, this fear do you think the elimination of fees and the flexibility that allows is enough for people to overcome their fear? It could. You know, there are some airlines who have implemented social distancing policies such as blocking middle seats that we saw Delta in Alaska. This could be a really simple way to convince those folks who are on the bubble saying, you know, I'm really not sure if I really want to do this. Do you know whether these are temporary measures toe ler back customers in the short term and will the fees come back once the airlines are more financially stable. United said that the change was permanent in the video. He used the word forever in the announcement. It appears that you know, a lot of these changes are going to be permanent, You know, forever is a very heavy word. And it really appears that you know, the days of change uses $200 fees that nobody has ever liked. It really seems like those days were beyond us. That's Victoria Walker, a reporter for the Travel website. The Point sky dotcom. Thank you. Thank you so much for having me before she was a senator before she was the first woman of color on a major party ticket. Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris. It was San Francisco's district attorney and later California's attorney general for member station KQED in San Francisco, Scott Shaffer and Marissa Lagos. Have this look at Harris is evolution as a prosecutor. 10. Years ago, Camilla Harris won the narrowest of victories to become California's first female and first black attorney general. It was a tough race. A Susie Loftis, a long time deputy of Harris is Law enforcement unions had overwhelmingly backed Harris his opponent, Ella's Republican Day. Steve Cooley. Steve Cooley spent a lot of money trying to suggest that Kamala Harris hated law enforcement. To build those relationships with local Dia's sheriffs and police. Leftist points out that the first thing Harris did when she became attorney general was to visit all 58 California counties. And it was incredibly effective because I think There's nothing like actually getting to talk to someone, especially who's been so vilified. Four years later, when Harris ran for reelection, police groups largely supported her. But she soon found herself at odds with another key constituency. Progressive Democrats. Deadly police shootings were in the news and Democrats in the California state legislature were pushing a bill to require independent investigations of deadly use of force. In 2015. Sacramento Assemblyman Kevin McCarty authored a bill to require the attorney general to take away investigations of police shootings from local D ays who he says have an inherent conflict of interest. You know, it's like, you know, high school baseball game looking out there and seeing the umpire is The uncle of all the star players. Are you going to trust that empire to call balls and strikes fairly? The answer's No. Here's to oppose the bill and it died. She also declined to support another bill requiring police officers to wear body cameras. That didn't sit well with the Black caucus in the Legislature. They saw her as on the wrong side of the fight. Such is the pressure faced by an attorney general, especially one who is a black female, says Le Doris Cordell. She was an independent police auditor in San Jose. There's a fine line. You're the top cop, but you're also a prosecutor, which is representing the people and often times those two things are not compatible, and says Cordell. Investigations of police shootings are, in some ways a no win situation. The feeling is that people are passing around this hot potato. When these shootings happen, they're very controversial. The public is very aware their protests and it's sort of like, you know, people just don't really want to. Handle. Camilla Harris says her opposition to the bill wasn't based on fear of catching a hot potato, but rather concern about interfering with local prosecutors. Here's knew firsthand how that felt in 2000 for some San Francisco officials pushed the then state attorney general to take a murder case away from her office after she declined to seek the death penalty. Loftis Here's his longtime deputy says that experience cut deeply, but I think she fundamentally always believed it's the local prosecutor's job to do the right thing and not to punt. Now that she's in the Senate and on the.

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"First right now the only commercial flight is one Alaska Airlines round trip to and from Phoenix daily flights been cut back because of the corona virus outbreak weather clouds overnight lows down around fifty one or Saturday grain showers high sixty three prime franchise for us in the fall into that go to my northwest dot com and click podcasts Cairo radio ninety seven three FM news and talk powered by the Pacific Northwest everything has helped and probably some one the home depot can help you do the things you need to make things work a little better or take care of something you've been meaning to maybe do something to start some we have the low prices to make to order online and get free delivery on orders over forty five dollars whatever you need to do or what we can help you get the doers get more done some delivery exclusions apply knows there are many reasons why you ride from the camaraderie of the other bikers a band of brothers always there for you rain or shine to the amazing savings you get with geico on your motorcycle insurance and accessories coverage all year round but for it was one reason in particular it was my helmet hair I was born with him and here I'm trying to cut it a bunch of times even buzz in it but it immediately just goes back down there geico motorcycle fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more this to talk to George Noory call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool three from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype user Skype name George nine seven three one three seven Georgia text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one from the gateway to the west this is coast to coast AM with George Noory welcome back Friday night into Saturday morning at me soul been lines here on coast to coast what's going on I hope everything is well with you and your family and your friends and the people you care about with this pandemic that's out there as we slowly start opening up.

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

"Dubs Alaska Airlines arena a former Seattle sonics broadcaster who became a major booster of youth basketball has died Jim March spent twelve years as a color analyst for sonics games on TV The Seattle Times reports March led the successful friends of hoops basketball program and hosted an annual three on three basketball tournament the former USC star was drafted by the sonics in nineteen sixty eight then played a part of one season for the Portland trail Blazers he died of Parkinson's Jim marsh was seventy three a Malaysian man is facing charges of video voyeurism after he allegedly planted a hidden camera in an airplane bathroom earlier this year on United Airlines flight ABC's Pollock as with the updates that camera was discovered by a woman flying and first class on a flight from San Diego to Houston after spotted a blue light near the door she grabbed the object quickly handed it over to the flight crew lady the United crew a mediate Lee turned it over to airport security the airline telling us when our crew was alerted of this issue they acted quickly to notify the appropriate authorities we will fully cooperate and support this investigation as it moves forward according to the complaint footage recovered shows a man setting up the camera face obscured but distinctive jewelry and clothing the FBI scoured airport surveillance video agents say they were able to match the clothing and jewelry to a suspect Malaysian national and Halliburton employee June paying only the company released a statement that they are aware of the situation and they are cooperating with the FBI and U. S. attorney's office in their investigation but it's not just airplanes that are vulnerable to potential voyeurism just last fall a Pensacola family found a hidden camera facing their bad while cruising to the Caribbean and a twenty seventeen a couple in Florida was secretly recorded in there Airbnb rental a camera was hidden inside a smoke detector looking down on their bed that perpetrator was sentenced to three hundred and sixty four days for filming his Airbnb gas this is Paul affairs reporting six fourteen marina rock injure exposing the problems on the road.

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

"When Brady started his NFL journey the seventeen year gap between the two the largest between starting quarterbacks in Super Bowl history and Brady's not done. He's on record saying he'd like to play till he's forty five. I'm sure. You sent your goals? New England a two and a half point favorite game kicks off at three thirty on CBS, husky women's hoops tonight. They're on the road at USC last night, number four guns man, whipping BYU Ninety-three sixty three in Provo exit twenty eighth straight road games in Western Conference, play twenty one consecutive, consecutively games. Overall tomorrow the Pac twelve leading husky men host UCLA at Alaska Airlines arena trying to move their unbeaten conference record to nine. And oh when they host the Bruins. We'll have it for you. With the pregame show at twelve thirty at one PM tipoff. Sports at ten and forty past. Teach our top on the home of the huskies, KOMO news. Just a few minutes away from our next traffic update. We're continuing to learn more about that missing Tennessee teenager who has found safe hundreds of miles away from home in Wisconsin, a fourteen year old is safe three weeks after she mysteriously vanished from her Tennessee home, bringing an end to a desperate multi-state search. And now a major twist in the case just days after pleading for her safe return, the girl's adoptive father Randall Pruitt now. Arrested on sexual assault charges. Authorities discovering the teen in Wisconsin, nearly seven hundred miles from her family's farm ABC's aerial Russia. Reporting US customs and border patrol say they've made their biggest sentinel bust ever at the southern border. And it's not the only thing they found nearly two hundred fifty four pound of the deadly synthetic opioid worth an estimated three point five million dollars. The drugs were tempted to be smuggled into the United States from Mexico agents became suspicious of a tractor trailer carrying cucumbers which was trying to enter the United States through a border checkpoint. They like to use vehicles with Heddon compartments that they're able to to track say instead of between ports of entry and say the amount in this shipment was enough to provide one hundred fifteen million lethal doses of the drug which is now blamed for the majority of overdose deaths in the US said that a quarter milligram or the size of a few grains assault. Offensive new. Which is a dangerous opioid can't kill a person very quickly. Also on the tractor trailer three hundred ninety five pound of meth, the third largest seizure of its kind in the US data from customs and border protection show smuggling of meth in Fenton, all is on the rise. And the ports are the main places for smugglers to slip drugs into the country. Most hard narcotics seized and see BP are at the ports of entry. And that's the case here bust comes as President Trump continues to push for a border wall overnight. The president responded tweeting our great US border patrol agents made the biggest Fenton all bussed in our country's history. Thanks as always for job. Well, done ABC's. Janai Norman reporting, a judge in San Antonio is considering whether to allow a lawsuit against academy, sports and outdoors to move forward. ABC's? Jim Ryan says the man who murdered twenty-six people in south Texas church in two thousand seventeen bought his weapon at an academy. Sporting goods store survivors of the mass shooting at First Baptist Church in Sutherland springs, and the families of those who died place part of the blame on the store where the gunman bought his assault rifle. In magazine, they deserve their day. In court says attorney George Legrand, and they deserve to have a jury decide their case a lawyer for the story says she feels for the family but adds that they can't put their heartaches on academy. Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas the jury in the El Chapo trial in Brooklyn expected to begin liberate. On monday. Jurors have been hearing closing arguments this week and heard for more than fifty people in Joaquin El Chapo, Guzman's three month long trial, the sixty one year old accused Mexican drug Lord faces life in prison if convicted in more than a dozen counts that include drug trafficking and money laundering. Komo news time, twelve fourteen..

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

"Kind of crept up on that right away. We were their first conference opponent to start the new year. But just another great opportunity, you know, to play against high quality basketball to measure ourselves against excellent, great coaches, and certainly some phenomenal players against Oregon state on. She was the national fresh air. That transferred in? He hit us up for thirty. And so definitely need to much better effort on containing her and making sure she. You know as more of a passer and then a score was on attack mode right out the gate Bill. Well, I'll tell you. It's pretty impressive. You guys played both squads really tough on the road and too difficult environment. So I think your team has something to build on and look forward to this weekend, and amber Malgosa, maybe chops a thousand points. So it should be fun. Should be good time with the fans to get out there coach. Yeah, we hope to have you guys all out because. Great basketball going on at Alaska Airlines arena Friday night at eight Sunday afternoon. I think I think you'd be in for a treat. You'll see, you know. Our huskies play really really hard to pull off an upset or two. I just think it's high quality basketball. There's no better place in the wintertime, Jim in my opinion. So we'd love to guys out here. Doc, Don, I know that our players and stuff. Truly appreciates all the support that. That you guys continue to give us, and we're working really really hard know this conference is one of the best. If not be back in America. I mean, he's just the other night that cow. We played against Donald goal American. So every game is is a definite. Got it through the top twenty five. So I mean conferences is brutal. Out..

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

"Northwest lifestyle weekend on KOMO news. Where to go how to get there? You have questions. Seth Wayne has the answers now more adventures await. All right. So you spread the last few minutes answering Sally's question they are talking about how important it is to fly one airline. And is it worth it to start becoming a frequent flyer in gaining miles. And again to answer that if you are a frequent traveler you wanna stick with one airline. That's that's pretty much opinion. And I would say nine hundred ten people would agree with me. Now, Mark sent me an Email saying, hey, Seth. I know you're a frequent flyer. Have you ever done a status match? And is it easy to do? All right. So the answer. Yes, I've done a status batch number one number two is easy to do not so much if you are dedicated there are websites out there. Just go to Google and type in status match for airlines. There are so many articles with points guy being one of them at the points guy is a blog that someone who. Had started by the name of Brian Kelly, and Brian is a avid flyer. It's a really truly incredible websites. If you want to check that out my goal is to get the points on. So if you happen to know the point guy ask him to come on emailed him like fifteen times he has yet to ever answer an Email. He's a popular guy. That's for sure. His name is Brian Kelly. But he is the king of of traveling when it comes to status matches and frequent flyers and all that kind of good stuff. So here's my story. Mark I am in Alaska Airlines fire, and I'm MVP gold with Alaska Airlines. I went down to New Zealand back in December. And there was no way. I would be able to earn any miles. The flights were way too expensive on Qantas and Qantas's Alaska Airlines partner. So I did find a pretty incredible deal flying on air. New Zealand will air. New Zealand is a Star Alliance partner, not an Alaska Airlines MVP mileage partner. So when you start factoring all of these things, I'm literally having I'm so dedicated to Alaska and the mileage program and earning miles as I go, and if anyone is a frequent flyer out there, they know exactly what I'm going through. I'm like, okay. So do I pay an extra fifteen thousand dollars? And I'm not even joking. You almost fifteen thousand dollars to get miles on Qantas or do. I have a killer rate on Air New Zealand. Well, I'm going to go with the Air New Zealand rate. Well, I'm not going to sign up for being Air New Zealand mileage partner. So I'm gonna sign up with United Airlines. United Airlines Star Alliance member that focuses on the country right here in the US. So I go on United Airlines website. I pull up the status match I actually googled United Airlines status match, I send in my identification. And I send in my proof that an MVP Goldmember for Alaska Airlines, and Mark I found out in less than forty eight hours that I'm now a gold member on United Airlines, but but and there's a big button here. I only have ninety days for a trial period at in that ninety days Mark, I have to receive or I have to get twelve thousand five hundred miles to keep the partnership between myself and United Airlines. So with that said, I'm flying all the way to Australia and New Zealand why not try to obtain that? Well, if you do the math we live a long way away from us. Australia and New Zealand, so I instantly got twelve thousand five hundred miles. So now, I'm a gold number on that. And I get to use their reciprocal benefits and gold status on a Star Alliance airline gives me points gives me extra miles gives me lounge access. So not only do Star Alliance airlines do status match, but you can find out from other airlines SkyTeam is a big one in. Delta Airlines is a part of the sky team. It's worth researching. And if you Google the airline name, and then you Google status match they're likely going to come up with a website with the airline itself. It's worth it the worst they can say is. No, but I am a high big fan of status match. So Mark if you can go ahead, and you can grab the status batch of the airline that you wanna do. And if they offer it it's certainly something to look forward to. All right. We'll talk to you about Seattle stations. It's a.

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"This question must be asked on your behalf. Hey, American Airlines. What is your problem? Delta Airlines is flying in one direction. American Airlines in the other while Delta's operation was best. Among major airlines American remains stuck near the bottom. When measuring its reliability against rival airlines, Wall Street Journal travel columnists Scott McCartney is out with his annual list of the best in worst airlines based on twenty eighteen stats, Scott. This creates some anxiety in the industry has an impact in the industry. It's it's pressured Samir wants to improve and and created now there are several airlines that I know track. Exactly the same metrics that we track and. Interesting with Alaska Airlines, they they said how did we do this year? And I said we even second. And they said, well, we know that that was that was how we calculated it to. Wow. Really? Yeah. So it's it's been an interesting exercise over the years. And and I think an important one. Well, American Airlines, I imagine when you call them for reaction when they find out they're roughly in last place, again, they say man is that dude from the Wall Street Journal with that annual survey. What are we going to say Americans another one that knew exactly how they were going to do. In back in December before we even start working on it. I was talking with some American executives, and they said, by the way, you're not going to do your scorecard again this year. Are you? You're gonna forget about it. Right. And it was because they knew how they were gonna do American has been last or next to last in ten of the eleven years that we've done this. And each year, there's a promise that we're we're doing we're gonna do better next year. And they they are taking a lot of initiatives to.

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on KTRH

"Welcome into Friday, January eighteen Gordon Deal with Jennifer Kushinka, some of our top stories and headlines, Trump blocks Pelosi's use of a military plane. Buzzfeed says, the president told Michael Cohen delighted, congress US officials are reportedly debating whether to eliminate tariffs on China to help trade discussions watchdog says. That there were more children separated from families along the border than initially reported Verizon will give all subscribers free access to the tools that block robocalls net. Flicks added eight point eight million new subscribers last quarter, but revenue was off and what to know about the super moon for Sunday nights. We'll have that story in about twenty minutes. This portion of the program is brought to you by Dell. Dell small business technology visors. No, there's nothing small about your business. They provide one on one partnership and reliable Dell PC's with Intel core processors to get business done for frequent flyers. This question must be asked on your behalf. Hey, American Airlines. What is your problem? Delta Airlines is flying in one direction. American Airlines in the other while Delta's operation was best. Among major airlines American remains stuck near the bottom. When measuring its reliability against rival airlines, Wall Street Journal travel columnist Scott McCartney is out with his annual list of the best in worst airlines based on twenty eighteen stats, Scott. This creates some anxiety in the industry has an impact in the industry. It's it's pressured some one to improve and and created now there are several airlines that I know track. Exactly the same metrics that we track and. Interesting with Alaska Airlines, they they said how did we do this year? And.

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

"To drive around it you've got to remember that they're going to take away a lot of parking spots like on first avenue fourth avenue through downtown. So you might need to a lot more time to park wherever you gotta go. Komo news time three ten. Let's turn our attention to sports from the Harley exteriors sports desk. Really nice win for Mike Hopkins. Huskies last night in Salt Lake City against Utah, sixty nine fifty three. So the two zero conference record the dogs. So making their way to boulder for a game tomorrow night against Colorado. You'll hear it right here on KOMO news. Pre game coverage at six thirty game. Time set for seven o'clock the buffaloes last night all over Ernie cans Cougars route ninety two to sixty was you goes down goes down hard tonight over at Alaska Airlines arena. The Washington women take on Colorado at seven. O'clock NFL playoff action tomorrow in the AFC. It'll be the first game of the day. The colts in Kansas City to face the chiefs the Cowboys in the afternoon matchup in the NFC in Los Angeles to face the Rams major league soccer's renaming its annual coach of the year award to honor the late Ziggy Schmid former Sounders coach in the winningest coach in league history. We'll have more sports in thirty minutes right here on your home of the huskies, KOMO news. Komo news time three ten. President. Trump says he won't be declaring a national emergency yet at the border. He says he has the support of federal workers impacted by the shutdown workers who won't get paychecks today. Many of them agree with what I'm saying what the people in this room experts are saying they don't wanna see people killed because we can't do a simple border structure. And I appreciate their incredible support. We have yesterday. I was watching this morning. And reading this morning that so many people are saying the president is doing what's right, and he below it's affecting us short-term temporarily as you know, Bill was just past which I will sign in congress. Making sure that everybody's going to be paid immediately upon when this is over. But just really appreciate the fact that they have handled it so incredibly well and many of them agree with what we're doing. We have no choice. Steve. I said I could do it. But. Well, I'll tell you what it's the easy way out. But congress should do this. This is too simple. Basic. Congress. She do this. If they can't do it. If some point they just can't do it this a fifteen minute meeting if they can't do it. I will declare a national emergency. I have the absolute right to do. It says as clear as you can now what will happen. I'll be sued. It'll be brought to the ninth circuit. Then maybe even though the wording is unambiguous just like with the travel ban. It'll be appeal to the ninth circuit. Then we'll probably lose there too. And then hopefully, we're winning the supreme court. But that's what happens you can take the most perfectly worded document as we have in this case, and they'll always bring it to the ninth circuit. And then you never know what's gonna come out of the nicer, and you never know what's gonna come out on appeal. But fortunately, we have a supreme court that treated us very fair. So. I'd rather not do it. Because this is something that congress. Ship easily. Do this is something that the Democrats should do. And I don't wanna give an easy way out of something as simple as this. Not only simple. It's easy. It's going to see. A country that is under siege. You can actually get a lot of people don't like the word invasion. We have a country that's being invaded by criminals and by drugs, and we're going to stop it. So I want the Democrats to come back to Washington and vote. Thank you very much. President Trump earlier today on the ongoing shutdown which is entered its twenty first day today tying the record for the longest shutdown in US history. The Seattle school district is laying off the employees who has been in charge of school bus transportation school buses have been delayed for months now with students on several routes picked up an hour or more late. Parents have been frustrated the Seattle times reports Kathy Katter Hagan director of logistics will serve her last day, February first and a district. Spokesman Tim Robinson tells KOMO her layoff is a result of budget cuts and our position was redundant with another cat or Higgins salary hundred fifty five thousand dollars last year, according to the state education department. Komo's Carleen Johnson reports. Katter Higgins job included overseeing the district's contract with the school bus company. First student, which has struggled to find enough bus drivers.

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To hear are not based on fact and are likely to include misinformation blatant lies and fearmongering that should be the warning that runs across the screen. And in fact, the White House had to fact check itself this morning over its claim that four thousand terrorists were at the border. We'll tell you about that part of the story coming up in just about seven minutes, and again, WBZ radio will carry the president's address and the democratic response live tonight on air. This all starts around nine pm and on our website WBZ. Newsradio will also stream it on our iheart radio app. If you can't be near the radio. Alaska Airlines is apologizing after thirty hour nightmare for passengers onboard. A Boston based flight according to the Seattle times. Passengers board of the nonstop flight from Boston to LA Saturday around six at night. They waited nearly two hours on the ground before finally taking off in what passengers describe as an uncomfortably hot cabin that just ninety minutes into the flight they were diverted because of an electrical burning smell in the end the flight landed a buffalo, Niagara international airport in New York where passengers had to spend the night in a waiting area the next morning. The one hundred forty passengers were flown back to Boston where many waited all day long before finally boarding the next available flight to LA more than thirty hours. After the original flight again Alaska Airlines apologizing they're going to take a deep dive into just what went wrong. Sometimes things go, right? Like today in Dorchester, foosball basketball and a whole lot of happy. Young smiles at a local community center are Karl Stevens is they're coming up along with some members of the Celtics right now, we check your ride is traffic and weather together. The Subaru.

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