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Reviewed on Apr 10, 2021
I love Alaska airlines
Flight was horribly overheated the entire time. (Almost 6 hours in my case)
My seat was in the back, row 25. Understanding that to be heard over the engine noise, one must speak louder than normal, the flight attendants were conversationally too loud. I realize that, of course, they should have conversation, but theirs was accented by outbursts of laughter and overly animated to the point where I was awakened from a deep, much needed sleep. When going to the restroom, I mentioned this to them, The young man gave me an irritated response. This was unprofessional. Please give the attendants further customer support training. One of the young lady attendants had her shoes off with her feet up on the bulkhead. The atmosphere was too casual and inattentive to passenger needs.
Petit was awesome!
Best 4 ladies flying Service was exceptional
Always the BEST
|Number of Daily Flights||4|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||May 23|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||May 23|
|Popular Airlines||Alaska Airlines|
Ronald Reagan National Airport (DCA) is a very accessible airport, with rail, bus, taxi and airport shuttle transportation available to bring you to the terminal from throughout the city. The closest major freeways are Interstate 395 and George Washington Memorial Parkway.
The flight time to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) is a little over five hours nonstop, and there are plenty of options to get to where you need to go, including courtesy and shared shuttles and vans, public transit, taxis and car rentals.
Capitol Hill is home to the Seattle Asian Art Museum, and more art can be found at Frye Museum, which has international paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries.
The city is surrounded on one side by the Cascade Mountains, making it a rock climber’s paradise. There is enough flat land and water there for hikers and canoeists, too. Emerald City is a popular and vibrant area with Old West saloons and an array of stores and markets.
Seattle is known for its rainfall, so bring an umbrella regardless of when you visit the city. Business travelers tend to stay downtown, the Belltown neighborhood offers budget-friendly options for those looking to check out Seattle’s club scene, and family’s will do well in Queen Anne.