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Old 03-07-2008, 10:28 PM
 
Location: Bethel, Alaska
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Overkill Justy, overkill. You lost me on the first paragraph.
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Old 03-07-2008, 10:47 PM
 
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Nothing besides being a bit well-loved. He's a great pup. I just don't want to put him on a plane, esp. as far as NZ would be.
Ah, I understand. I have two pups of my own, but one of them is disabled. She can't control her hind legs (has a cart to get around in).

What type of dog do you have?
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Old 03-13-2008, 02:01 AM
 
Location: Cordova, Alaska
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Oh honey, let's talk Alaskan Airlines Card, they really need to PAY me for this service but I am their number one cheerleader!!!

You earn miles on flights- but also for each dollar spent. There is also a long list of partners they have that offer lots of extra miles, things like your phone service! Best yet- you get a $50 round trip companion fare ticket when you get the card and a new one EVERY yr on the anniversary. Alaskan Air is awesome, they let you roll miles year after year and keep them forever!

We moved here in August, in Oct I paid for one ticket and used my $50 companion fare for one kid, my other 2 kids I flew free on miles to Seattle. I just "bought" my parents tickets up here from D.C. with miles. We're all flying to Hawaii next October, on miles and the $50 companion fare. Love love love it!!

I have not had ANY problems scheduling flights, the airline has a great new tool on its website where you can book rewards travel and opt for "flexible" and a calendar pops up and shows every day of the month and which level tickets are available.

As far as reliability, my husband recently flew in and was a few hours late, and his flight was late again when he flew out, oh well- such is life in winter anywhere I guess. My flights so far, knock on wood, have been on time.

Oooh and they do some great promos, we're flying the kids FREE to Disneyland in a few weeks on one of their promos and when I saw we had a Seattle layover, I called and they were able to turn it into a 3 day layover so we can have a mini-vaca there, for no additional cost!

Okay enough, Alaskan Airlines, you know where to find me to send me my check.
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