Many specials crop up around Valentine’s Day for flights and trips throughout the year.
When you board a flight, you enter a bubble free from the expectations of ever-present WiFi, email and conference calls. But for how much longer?
Alaska travel columnist Scott McMurren offers tips for DIY travelers and some options for those who might need more assistance.
From Anchorage, tickets to Fairbanks aren’t quite as expensive as flights to Juneau, and using miles to fly to some in-state destinations can save you a bundle.
There are benefits and drawbacks to the various credit cards and frequent flyer programs offered by airlines, depending on what your needs and travel habits are.
Delta recently announced free internet for its SkyMiles members, and in Alaska, there are still a few fun and free festivals.
Travel can be exhausting. Here are tips to feel whole again.
From Fairbanks to Talkeetna and down to Girdwood, there are plenty of in-state destinations where you can book a getaway and avoid the hassle of holiday flights.
Travel columnist Scott McMurren reminds passengers traveling over the holidays to arrive early, check as few bags as possible and have a back-up plan ready.
Anchorage’s Janine Amon curates sailing trips that feature stops at interesting places, local cuisine and yoga.
The trip included plenty of hiking and biking with stops in Niagara Falls, New Brunswick and Quebec City.
As coughing season arrives and airport crowds are reaching pre-pandemic levels, more travelers are likely getting on a plane when they’re not feeling 100 percent.
In 2018, Amana Mbise arrived in Anchorage to teach in the UAA social work department. Now he’s showing off his home country to friends and acquaintances in Alaska.
Airlines staffed up for Thanksgiving, and flight cancellations were low for the holiday, even if storms led to Sunday delays.
Alaska travelers hoping to score a sweet deal on flights or cruises have plenty to choose from, but some specials won’t last long.
From Hindu temples to Komodo dragons and orangutans, the country has plenty to offer.
Flight canceled? Luggage lost? Here’s how to deal with travel headaches this holiday season.
Flying can be stressful. But there are a lot of things you can do in advance — and items you can pack in your carry-on — to help smooth out the rough edges.
TSA was established 21 years ago, and many of the early protocols are still in place. But new technology could change the experience at security checkpoints.
When Matthew Beck was laid off from his job, he decided to try something new — working as a flight attendant.
Here are some of the best deals on flights from Alaska to an array of destinations around the world, plus advice on snagging the best fare.
Coronavirus surges in Europe and Asia could soon come to the United States, injecting chaos into Thanksgiving and Christmas travel plans.
At the Alaska Travel Industry Association’s end-of-season trade show, a number of Alaska businesses hope to find a winning combination.