Alaska Airlines Plane — Photo courtesy of Alaska Airlines (Facebook)
Traveling can be stressful enough at the best of times. Throw in the worry of having to down muddy instant coffee on a flight to keep you wide eyed for your travels and you've got a caffeine junkie's recipe for dire straights. At most major American airports Starbucks reigns king of coffee choices, but sometimes there just isn't enough time to grab one to go. Not to mention, having to maneuver yourself into your seat, put your bags away with one hand and buckle up, all the while trying to avoid spilling your hot beverage onto your neighboring passenger.
This can all be avoided when you fly with Alaska Airlines. Not only do they provide excellent hospitality and customer care, but they appreciate the importance of good coffee on a flight and proudly serve freshly brewed complimentary Starbucks® Pike Place® Roast. Alaska Airlines is based in Washington's SeaTac, so it makes perfect sense that they serve a local coffee brand that was first started in Seattle. What started as a small local business has now become an internationally recognized brand and can be found in cities across the globe. For those that seek out a little extra comfort and familiarity when up in the air, a free cup of hot Starbucks company on Alaska Airlines will delight.
Starbucks being served on Alaska Airlines — Photo courtesy of Starbucks (Facebook)