How We Operate

Alaska Airlines Virtual strides to mimic the real life Alaska Airlines as much as possible. We operate all the real life flights, with all the real life aircraft. All of our pilots are based out of one of Alaska Airlines real life hubs. Pilots get to chose what hub they want to be based out of, but are not restricted to flights just out of that hub. 

We also give our pilots the option to fly unrealistic routes. We also give our pilots access to Alaska Airlines Historical Aircraft, if a pilot wishes to fly an Alaska Airlines MD80, we allow that.


Alaska Airlines Virtual tries to recreate the real life airlines as much as possible, but you have to keep in mind that this is a virtual airline, meaning there is no way we can perfectly mimic real life operations. We also don’t want to constrain our pilots to just fly our of their hub, or even just fly realistic routes. We don’t want to restrict our pilots from what they want to do.

We also operate historical aircraft in our fleet. We all love to fly an older aircraft from time to time, and we aren’t going to hold a pilot back from that.


Here at Alaska Airlines Virtual, we don’t just want a virtual airline with pilots who have never even spoken to each other. We want to build a community. We want a community of pilots who will all hop in a voice chat and randomly do a group flight with each other with no official event.

We base our community out of our discord server. Make sure to stop by and say hi. Even if you don’t want to join our virtual airline, we’d love to see you stop by and say hello.

Interested in joining us?

We highly recommend you join our discord server and stop by to say hello. You don't even have to be a pilot, you're still welcome to join.


Please keep in mind that our website is currently under construction, and is not 100% functional. If you would like to report a bug, send a message in the #website-bugs in the discord, and we’ll fix it as soon as we can.