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Alaska Airlines Reviews
There are around 34 people who've already reviewed Alaska Airlines. 20 excellent reviews. 3 people rate Alaska Airlines great. And 11 customers rate bad.
Trustpilot calculated Alaska Airlines's score 3.3. The latest review – They like to pretend to be the good guys, but the DOT has said that they want airlines to offer cash refunds (with all tickets not just refundable ones) and not just vouchers as part of the Covid crisis. We called them and requested that because previously we accepted vouchers. We could really use that money back because one of our income streams has been cut in half. They said the crisis was not their fault either so they are keeping our money and only offering vouchers good for 22 months. Yeah, I'm sure we will be taking some big vacation in the midst of the oncoming recession/depression. Meanwhile, they continue to fly empty planes polluting the sky and endangering employees just to keep their routes. Honestly, this has been so poorly managed, I doubt that AA even has the funds on hand to return to us. Like a bratty teenager at Spring Break they likely already blew that money on foolishness. No one in Portland cares about how many Timbers games you sponsor when you are keeping what could now be our rent/grocery money. Yeah, it sucks if your company goes under, but no company is more important than an individual's family. Off to look for a class action lawsuit to join, good luck with your corporate begging in Congress..