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30% Off Alaska Air Hawaii Flights After MAX 9 Fiasco Ends

Alaska Airlines is undoubtedly pleased to have the MAX 9 “bolt-less-aircraft” Boeing debacle behind it. In the news today by WSJ and others, is that the plane that suffered the door plug blowout mid-air is believed to have been delivered to Alaska by Boeing without the critical bolts ever being attached!

All flights are resuming, and the Alaska schedule is or will soon be totally back.

Alaska has announced 30% off flights to and from Hawaii and elsewhere. “We are returning to the reliable operation that you’ve come to expect from Alaska. Use discount code THANKYOU30 by January 31, 2024, at 11:59 pm PT and take up to 30% OFF flights.”

Not only that, but the airline is offering double elite qualifying miles for every Alaska flight during February.

Travel dates: February 8 and March 13, 2024.

Destination day of week restrictions: Travel to Hawaii, Florida, Latin America, and The Bahamas is valid on Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. Travel from Hawaii, Florida, Latin America, and The Bahamas is valid on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. On other days within the date range, 10% off is offered.

Blackout dates: Not valid for travel to and from Hawaii from February 16–24, 2024.

How to use discount code: Book online at Alaska Airlines. Enter THANKYOU30 into the discount code field, and then click “Find flights” to start your search.

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10 thoughts on “30% Off Alaska Air Hawaii Flights After MAX 9 Fiasco Ends”

  1. At what price?

    This from the L.A Times this morning.
    “I would absolutely not fly a Max airplane’: Ex-Boeing manager raises alarm on jets returning to service.”

  2. Mahalo!

    Our Alaska January 25 flight from Honolulu to Everett, WA was cancelled due to the grounding of the 737-900’s. They re-scheduled for January 26, on American Airlines into Seattle. We had to Uber to Everett to get our car.
    Besides, basic expenses (extra hotel night, meals, Uber) should we request extra compensation for the inconvenience?
    We missed our child’s birthday, had to cancel a Dr. Appt and plan for an extra day of pet care.

    Thank you!

      1. Aloha!

        Success in being compensated for our cancelled flight that went out a day later. Alaska rightfully refunded our extra hotel night, meals and ground transportation. In addition, we each got a $250 voucher to fly again.
        Satisfied. Wasn’t sure how this was going to go down.

  3. I’ve got no problem flying Alaska as they are a great airline. However if that flight happenes to be scheduled on a 737 MAX, I’d rather walk. There is no amount of money you could give me that would get me on that unsafe airplane.

    1. Hi Mike.

      It’s interesting that you’ve been saying that about MAX for more than four years. Thanks for well over 200 comments!


      1. Working in the aviation industry, you see and hear things that the general public doesn’t always hear or see. The MAX production has been plagued with issues from the get go. The sad thing is Boeing was made aware of these issues by their own people, but those concerns were brushed aside for profits. Having worked the Alaska Airlines flight 261 crash in January 2000, I’ve seen first hand what happens when corners get cut in aviation. As always, thanks for the great articles and keeping everyone informed

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