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Codeshare Travel Information
What is Codesharing?
Alaska Airlines has partnered with many of the world's best airlines to provide you with seamless service to hundreds of cities in the U.S. and throughout the world. "Codesharing" allows us to sell a partner carrier's flight (or vice versa) using the marketing carrier's (the airline who sells the flight) two letter airline code and flight numbers.
You benefit by having a greater number of destinations and flight choices on multiple airlines that can be conveniently booked all in one place - right here at alaskaair.com. Alaska Airlines has codesharing arrangements with most of our Mileage Plan™ partners.
Core benefits through our codesharing partnerships include:
- One-stop reservations and ticketing
- One-stop check-in - providing seat assignments, boarding passes, and baggage check to final destination
- Coordinated flight schedules providing more flight choices with quick and easy connections
- Ability to earn and redeem Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan™ miles
- Consistent passenger service standards and procedures
Checking In for Codeshare Flights
When checking in for a codeshare flight, be sure to check in with the operating carrier. That means the actual airline providing the air service. In the example below, the flight from St. Louis to Los Angeles shows the American Airlines logo and flight number, as well as an American Confirmation Code. You would check in for flight 1403 with American using confirmation code NEBFRE.
- Air France
- American Airlines
- Cathay Pacific
- Delta Air Lines
- Era Alaska
- Fiji Airways
- Korean Air
Mileage Plan™ Airline Partnership Information
Changing a Codeshare Ticket
Change your codeshare flight online at alaskaair.com or call Alaska Airlines Reservations at 1-800-ALASKAAIR