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FAQs about Alaska Airlines Flights from JFK to MSO

What terminal is Alaska Airlines at JFK Airport?

The information printed on tickets can vary between airlines. If you're traveling from New York, NY Airport (JFK-John F. Kennedy Intl.) to Missoula, MT Airport (MSO-Missoula Intl.) with Alaska Airlines and you can't find your terminal details, contact the airline.

Are there Alaska Airlines non-stop flights from JFK to MSO?

Alaska Airlines doesn't fly direct between New York, NY Airport (JFK-John F. Kennedy Intl.) and Missoula, MT Airport (MSO-Missoula Intl.), so be prepared to make a stopover. If you have enough time between flights, sit down and enjoy a coffee while you wait for your connection.

How long is an Alaska Airlines flight from JFK to MSO?

Enjoy an in-flight snooze and arrive at your destination feeling refreshed and relaxed. You'll have enough time to do so when traveling with Alaska Airlines between New York, NY Airport (JFK-John F. Kennedy Intl.) and Missoula, MT Airport (MSO-Missoula Intl.), with the flight taking on average 8 hours.

How many direct and indirect flights does Alaska Airlines fly from JFK to MSO?

You'll find there are around 2 Alaska Airlines flights each day from JFK to MSO.

Flying Tips & Tricks How do I find my flight number?
  • When you've completed your booking, have a look in your inbox for your itinerary. Your flight number is recorded in this document. You shouldn't have too many difficulties identifying it — just keep your eye out for a code made up of numbers and letters. The first couple of letters and single digit are called an IATA airline code and indicate the airline you're traveling with. Following this are one, two, three or four numbers which make up your flight number.
How early can you check bags for a flight?
  • Check-in and baggage drop times can vary between airlines, but there are some rules of thumb. Boarding a domestic flight? Usually, you can check your bags two hours before takeoff. For international services, three hours is standard.

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