Cheap Horizon Air Flights
Horizon Air is a subsidiary of Alaska Airlines, and takes care of the regional flights on the west coasts of the United States and Canada. It is based in Seattle, Washington (like Alaska Airlines is) and has its main base at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Horizon has hubs at Spokane International Airport and Portland International Airport as well, and a smaller hub at Los Angeles International Airport.
Horizon serves more than 40 cities in the United States and Canada in the states of California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon and Washington and the provinces of Alberta and British Colombia. In addition to Alaska Airlines, Horizon has a code sharing agreement with Northwest Airlines, Continental Airlines and KLM. It shares a frequent flyer plan with Alaska Airlines, and it is called Mileage Plan. (It is not a very creative name, but the miles still count the same.)
Alaska Airlines has a tradition of serving wines and microbrews which come from the Pacific Northwest in its cabins, and Horizon Air does the same. While ticket prices on Horizon flights are usually less than Alaska flights, Horizon should not be confused with being a budget carrier in the true sense of the term – it has not gone the route of eliminating all cabin services or charging for checked baggage, like some budget airlines have done. Of course, its ticket prices are not the rock bottom fares of some low cost airlines, either, so some in flight refreshments are to be expected.