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Great employees, great service. Love Alaskan Airlines!
Cheap tickets results in boarding last
The staff was amazing! I will try and fly Alaska Airlines from here on out solely based on how good the flight attendants were to ya!
booked this flight super last minute and got a great deal & the whole row to myself!
Would be nice if TSA learned more about Type 1 Diabetes and making it easier to go through security.
Only that our tickets printed out the wrong gate. When in Seattle ticket had C17. Pure luck I ask when the reader board at C17 did not update our flight. Ask said we need to run to N2 gate. Other than that all was good. Thanks, Bruce W Campbell
|Number of Daily Flights||40|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Aug 11|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Aug 12|
|Popular Airlines||Alaska Airlines|
Take public transit to Seattle-Tacoma International (SEA) to avoid any parking fees. Climb on the Link Light Rail for easy access to the airport. You'll hardly have time to settle in, as flights usually last for around 45 minutes. Upon landing at Spokane International (GEG), pick up a rental car and head to Spokane city center.
If you're at one with nature you're in luck, as many of Spokane's most prized attractions are outdoor ones. Start your trip with a visit to Mount Spokane. Along with hiking, seasonal skiing is available. Hit the water with a river rafting trip down the Spokane River. Take a stroll through Riverfront Park. This downtown park sits steps from the urban center and houses a natural waterfall. For an even more relaxing greenspace, visit Manito Park. These 92 acres are well manicured and feature formal gardens, a playground and a duck pond. End your exploration of Spokane's beautiful spots with a walk down Centennial Trail. This 37-mile trail is paved yet closed to cars. It runs down the Spokane River offering walkers the sweet sounds of running water as a calming background soundtrack.
For close proximity to Spokane's attractions, seek a hotel in Comstock. To stay close to restaurants and shops, stay in South Hill. Spokane experiences very snowy winters, with 45 inches falling on average, so you might want to visit in spring, summer or fall.