Alaska Airlines is an American airline founded in 1932. At first it was called McGee Airways. The airline received its current name in 1944. A distinctive feature of the company is a large number of aircrafts: Alaska Airlines has 319 planes at its disposal. The most popular aircraft is the Boeing 737-900ER. The company has 79 of them.
Alaska Airlines has codeshare agreements with more than 20 companies, including Japan Airlines, Aer Lingus, El Al, Emirates Airline, Qantas, S7 Airlines.
Examples of Alaska Airlines destinations: Chicago, San Diego, Seattle, San Francisco, Portland, Doha.
Arrivals terminal at JFK
The main terminal of the airline is terminal 7. Alaska Airlines operates some flights on a codeshare basis. Such flights arrive at terminal 8. However, the terminal may change depending on the flight. Get up-to-date information on the website of the airport or airline. Information is also indicated on the ticket.
Aircraft depart from the same terminals: the main flights of the company belong to terminal 7, codeshare flights – to terminal 8.
To complete this procedure, you need to arrive at the terminal from which your aircraft departs. If you have any questions, you can always contact the airport staff for help.