Alaska Lounge Access

Alaska Airlines is one of the largest airlines in the United States. Alaska Airlines operates the Mileage Plan frequent flyer program. Alaska operates numerous Alaska Lounge locations on the US West Coast, including their hubs at SEA, ANC, PDX, and LAX. Their sister airlines are Horizon Air and Virgin America.

Alaska's Lounge Program

Alaska Airlines operates 5 Alaska Lounge locations on the US West Coast, including 2 in its primary hub, SEA. Alaska Airlines first class passengers have access to these lounges, as well as Admirals Club members flying on American or Alaska and Icelandair Saga Gold and Silver members flying on Alaska. The Alaska Lounge membership program provides members with access to Alaska Lounge locations, with the ability to bring in up to 2 guests or their spouse and kids. Other passengers can access Alaska Lounge locations by purchasing day pass access through LoungeBuddy for $45. In locations where an Alaska Lounge is not available, Alaska Lounge members can access eligible Admirals Club locations when departing on Alaska or American Airlines, as well as numerous other associated partner lounges when departing on Alaska. This includes the Cathay Pacific Lounge at SFO and United Clubs in PHX, MSP, DCA and PHL.

Alaska Lounges

In addition to purchasing lounge access with LoungeBuddy, there are a number of ways travelers can get airport lounge access around the world.

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