Alaska MileagePlan und American Airlines AAdvantage Statusinhaber erhalten wechselseitig mehr Benefits …

Alaska ist nun bei Oneworld. Natürlich gelten für Alaska MileagePlan Statusinhaber die Oneworld Benefits und auch bei Alaska kann man auf die Oneworld Statusbenefits vertrauen.

Zusätzlich bietet aber American Airlines und Alaska Airlines für die Statusinhaber weitere Statusbenefits.

Alaska MileagePlan Statusbenefits bei American Airlines

“Extra legroom seating
Mileage Plan elite members have complimentary access to select extra legroom seats – known as Main Cabin Extra seating – on American Airlines flights.
MVP® Gold and MVP Gold 75K members can access these seats at the time of booking. Seats can be selected during the booking process on aa.com “This indicates a link to an external site that may not meet accessibility guidelines.”, or via the “My trips” section of aa.com “This indicates a link to an external site that may not meet accessibility guidelines.” immediately after booking.
MVP members can access Main Cabin Extra seats within 24 hours of travel.
No fare class restrictions apply, but seating is subject to availability. There is no waitlist for Main Cabin Extra seats.
Upgrades on American Airlines
MVP Gold 75K members are eligible for complimentary upgrades when traveling on American Airlines flights. Upgrades are within the U.S. (including Hawaii) and between the U.S. and Canada, Mexico, the Bahamas, the Caribbean, Bermuda and Central America (based on availability). Upgrades are valid from the Main Cabin or Premium Economy to the next class of service.’
These complimentary space-available upgrades are for MVP Gold 75K members and 1 companion booked in the same reservation on the day of departure, at or after check-in. Flights must be on American marketed and operated flights.”

Zur Info Page: Mileage Plan™ elite benefits on American Airlines

American Airlines AAdvantage Statusbenefits bei Alaska

“First Class upgrades Expand
First Class on Alaska Airlines features their most spacious and comfortable seats, plus quilted blankets on longer flights, a larger tablet for free entertainment and more.
An upgrade will be requested for you once your reservation is ticketed. Keep in mind:
Your upgrade will be confirmed as early as 120 hours before departure, if available.
Alaska Airlines Saver Fares (booked in ‘X’) aren’t eligible for elite upgrades.
Executive Platinum members will be prioritized after MVP Gold 75K members in fare class order and then by request date and time.
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Confirming upgrades
You’ll receive an email when your upgrade is confirmed if you booked your trip with Alaska Airlines. Visit alaskaair.com to reserve your seat in First Class.
If you booked your trip with American or another booking source, you can check the status of your upgrade on alaskaair.com using your Alaska Airlines confirmation code. If your upgrade has been confirmed, you’ll see it there.
Find your Alaska Airlines confirmation code (also known as a record locator) on your booking confirmation email. If you booked your trip through American, you’ll find it when viewing your trip on aa.com or the American app.
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If you’re not upgraded right away, Alaska Airlines will keep checking for upgrade availability – up to 1 hour before your flight.
You must check-in at the airport with an Alaska Airlines agent or at a kiosk if your upgrade is confirmed before check-in and Alaska is the operating carrier for the first flight of your trip. You won’t be able to check-in using alaskaair.com or the Alaska Airlines app.
Upgrade not confirmed at check-in?
Ask an airport agent to add you to the standby list. This won’t happen automatically. Keep in mind:
You can view your status on the Alaska Airlines app, the gate information display, or on alaskaair.com under flight status.
Alaska Airlines uses a single waitlist labeled “Upgrade requests” for First Class upgrades and Premium Class seat requests.
Executive Platinum members can be on the waitlist for both a Premium Class seat and a First Class upgrade at the same time. All other AAdvantage® elite status members will only be on the Upgrade waitlist for a Premium Class seat.
Immediate access to Premium Class seats
You’ll have immediate access to Premium Class seats a few minutes after your ticket for an eligible fare is issued, and if space is available.
If you book your trip on alaskaair.com, find fares that are eligible for immediate access to Premium Class using the “Upgrade fare type” filter on their website. Here’s how:
AAdvantage® Gold members – choose “MVP”
Platinum / Platinum Pro – choose “MVP Gold”
Executive Platinum – choose “MVP Gold 75k”
Whether you book your trip on alaskaair.com or another booking source and visit Alaska’s website later, you can reserve a complimentary Premium Class seat. Here’s how:
Choose a seat in the Main Cabin.
Buy your ticket for a seat in the Main Cabin.
After your trip is ticketed, you’ll be assigned a seat in Premium Class if you booked an eligible fare or once your elite status window opens.
Keep in mind:
Seats marked as “Alaska Elite” are available complimentary to AAdvantage® elite members.
The seat type you choose in the Main Cabin – aisle or window – will be your seat type in Premium Class.
If you choose a seat in an exit row, you won’t be moved to Premium Class.
Choosing a Premium Class seat before ticketing will result in a charge. To receive a complimentary Premium Class seat, you’ll first need to choose a seat in Main Cabin and pay for your ticket.
You can view your assigned seat in Premium Class on alaskaair.com using your Alaska Airlines confirmation code.
Find your Alaska Airlines confirmation code (also known as a record locator) on your booking confirmation email. If you booked your trip through American, you’ll find it when viewing your trip on aa.com or the American app.
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Waitlist for Premium Class seats
If your ticketed fare isn’t eligible for immediate access to a Premium Class seat, or if seats aren’t available, Alaska Airlines will try to move you to a Premium Class seat based on your elite status window. Ask an airport agent to add you to the standby list if your request hasn’t been confirmed before check-in. This won’t happen automatically.
Premium Class seat requests are processed by elite status level, fare and time of booking.
The priority for AAdvantage® elite status members is:
Executive Platinum (after Alaska MVP Gold 75k)
Platinum Pro and Platinum (after Alaska MVP Gold)
Gold (after Alaska MVP)
You can view the waitlist on the Alaska Airlines app, the gate information display, or on alaskaair.com under flight status. Keep in mind:
Alaska Airlines uses a single waitlist labeled “Upgrade requests” for First Class upgrades and Premium Class seat requests.
Executive Platinum members may be on the waitlist for both a Premium Class seat and a First Class upgrade. All other AAdvantage® elite status members will only be on the list for a Premium Class seat.”

Zur Info Page: Elite status benefits on Alaska Airlines


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