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How much do Alaska Airlines employees make? Glassdoor has salaries, wages, tips, bonuses, and hourly pay based upon employee reports and estimates.
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product & project management
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human resources
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finance & accounting
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information technology
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skilled labor & manufacturing
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1,982 salaries (for 578 job titles)Updated 6/5/2023
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Flight Attendant

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Customer Service Agent

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Customer Service Representative

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Reservations Agent

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Software Engineer

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Airline Pilot

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Senior Software Engineer

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Customer Service

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Aircraft Maintenance Technician

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Ramp Agent

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Reservation Sales Agent

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Customer Service Agent (CSA)

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Project Manager

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Customer Care Representative

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Latest Rating about Pay and Benefits at Alaska Airlines


Overall Benefits Rating4

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Alaska Airlines Salary FAQs

The average Alaska Airlines salary ranges from approximately $43,243 per year for a Customer Service Representative to $346,741 per year for a Managing Director. The average Alaska Airlines hourly pay ranges from approximately $20 per hour for a Passenger Service Agent to $93 per hour for a Senior Software Engineer. Alaska Airlines employees rate the overall compensation and benefits package 3.7/5 stars.

The highest-paying job at Alaska Airlines is a Managing Director with a salary of $346,741 per year.

The lowest-paying job at Alaska Airlines is a Customer Service Representative with a salary of $43,243 per year.

Alaska Airlines employees attributed a compensation and benefits rating of 3.7/5 stars to their company. Read what they think about their salaries on our Compensation FAQ page for ​Alaska Airlines​​.

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Company Updates


Alaska Airlines

42 days ago

Our employees are empowered to show up as their full, best selves—and thanks to their remarkable care, we’re proud to announce that we’ve been ranked the #1 airline on Forbes’ list of Best Employers for Diversity 2023. We’re committed to fostering an inclusive, welcoming workplace for everyone, every day. #iAmAlaska
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Alaska Airlines

59 days ago

Alaska has been at the forefront of pilot innovation for decades. It’s who we are, and we’re constantly innovating to ensure our pilots receive cutting edge training. Our latest innovation is a partnership with VRPilot, a Danish technology company. We’ve worked with them to virtually reconstruct our 737 flight deck as a training aid for pilots who are new to the aircraft. One of the first things pilots learn is the layout of the flight deck and the purpose of every switch and button. Offering new pilots an opportunity to put themselves “inside” the flight deck where they may need to crane their neck or lean to reach a switch is a much more realistic teaching tool than photographs in a book or video tutorials.
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