EUGENE, Ore. – A new partnership will allow visitors to Oregon to bring home local wines, by air.
Alaska Airlines, the Oregon Wind Board and Travel Oregon have partnered together to start the Oregon Wines Fly Free program. Starting September 10, up to a case of Oregon wine can fly home with visitors free of charge.
Alaska Airlines passengers can check one case of wine on their return flight out the Portland, Eugene, Medford, Redmond or Walla Walla airports.
“Partnering with Alaska Airlines and Travel Oregon to help visitors to Oregon experience the beauty and bounty of our amazing wine country, is a no brainer,” said Tom Danowski, Executive Director of OWB.
“We’re pleased to support Oregon wineries while giving our customers one more reason to visit the state’s incredible wine regions,” said Clint Oster, Manager of Media and Market Strategy for Alaska Air Group.
The Oregon Wines Fly Free program ends November 20.