The Alaska Airlines Cork District Wine Pass
The Cork District is happy to partner with Alaska Airlines and give visitors to Spokane unprecedented access to our wine tasting rooms. Passengers to Spokane will be able to present their Alaska Airlines boarding pass and pay no tasting fees. The Cork District is focused in the urban core of Downtown Spokane and features fifteen award-winning wineries within walking distance of one other. The District also features two additional wine tasting clusters. A short drive to the northeast you’ll find the Mount Spokane Cluster and just minutes east of downtown is the Spokane Valley Cluster, and both featuring award winning wineries.
Downtown also offers shopping, dining and entertainment districts where you’ll find Broadway plays, concerts, James Beard recognized chefs, farm-to-fork culinary experiences, four star hotels and the roaring Spokane River Falls in beautiful Riverfront Park. If you’re into more adventurous pursuits, The Cork District is also just minutes from incredible outdoor adventures from whitewater rafting to cycling, golf, hiking, skiing and more. View Cork District packages to find your perfect pairing getaway.
With up 24 peak daily flights, Alaska Airlines is Spokane’s largest airline with service to Portland and hourly flights to Seattle. From Portland or Seattle, customers can connect to over 100 destinations including Hawaii, Canada, and Mexico.
How it works:
When an Alaska Airlines Flyer presents their boarding pass with a final destination of Spokane within 48 hours of arrival, our tasting rooms will waive your tasting fee.
Boarding passes can be presented in any of the three formats:
The boarding pass that comes from the kiosk
A boarding pass printed from home on a regular piece of paper
The electronic boarding pass found on a smartphone
Wine Flies Free – How Does It Work?
When you add a valid Mileage Plan number to your reservation, you’ll receive a $25 fee waiver to check one case of wine on Alaska Airlines flights departing from Spokane.
Sip and shop at your favorite winery destinations. A helpful hint: one case of wine is 12 bottles.
The Wine Flies Free program applies on Alaska Airlines, Horizon Air, and SkyWest flights from the airports below.
HOW DO I PACK MY WINE TO FLY?
1. The wine must be packed and sealed for transport in a protective shipping container.
2. Let the Alaska Airlines customer service agent know you’re checking a case of wine so that they can label your box “FRAGILE.”
3. The TSA reserves the right to open your container to check the contents, but will reseal it after inspection.
4. Items packaged in a cardboard box are covered in case of loss but are checked at your own risk for damage. See our checked bag policy for more details.