A traveler sleeps as flight cancellations mount during a cold weather front as a weather phenomenon known as a bomb cyclone hits the Upper Midwest, at Midway International Airport in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., December 22, 2022. REUTERS/Matt Marton
Dec 30 (Reuters) – Alaska Airlines (ALK.N) said on Friday its operations have returned to normal across its network, after a massive winter storm in the United States crippled movement through the holiday week.
"We continue to help our guests with travel arrangements for flights that were canceled over the past week and a half, including booking them on other airlines to get them to their destinations," the company said.
The Seattle-Washington based carrier also lowered its fares in select cities for passengers looking to book new flights in the wake of weather disruptions.
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