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Alaska Airlines Unveils New Terminal LAX - Executive chef of Trident Seafoods on the scene #NextGen #GPS

Alaska Airlines 737-400 Combi Aircraft in Barr...
Alaska Airlines 737-400 Combi Aircraft in Barrow, Alaska (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

High-tech amenities include 'Airport of the Future' and power outlets at the gates 

By Alaska Airlines
Published: Tuesday, Mar. 27, 2012 - 10:41 am

.............."This is an important milestone in the continuing modernization of LAX," LAWA Executive Director Gina Marie Lindsey said. "The partnership with Alaska Airlines has enabled significant improvements in customer service and convenience for the traveler."

To celebrate the grand opening of Alaska Airlines' new home, the carrier is hosting an epicurean event in its Board Room today featuring Vinesse wines and fresh Alaska seafood prepared by the executive chef of Trident Seafoods.

Alaska Airlines has long pioneered technology to improve the customer experience. The airline was the first in North America to sell tickets online in 1995 and, four years later, was the first carrier worldwide to offer Internet check-in and boarding passes.

Alaska Airlines in Los Angeles —by the numbers

Daily flights: 40
International flights: 15 (Alaska and its sister carrier, Horizon Air, together operate more international flights out of LAX than any other airline.)
Destinations: 19
L.A.-based flight crews: 706 (205 pilots and 501 flight attendants)
Customer service airport employees: 186
Other ground and maintenance employees: 91 (includes 6 Horizon maintenance workers)

To view a map of Alaska Airlines new Terminal 6, visit Images of Alaska Airlines' new Terminal 6 are available for download in the carrier's online image gallery at ......

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