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Travel Advisories



Following PenAir’s Chapter 11 Reorganization filing in August 2017, all refunds for tickets purchased prior to August 6, 2017 must be approved by the Alaska State Courts. At this time, we don’t have a date of when we will be given approval from the Courts to begin processing refunds. If you are waiting on a refund for a ticket purchased prior to Aug. 6, 2017, please contact us at with your information, and we will be glad to assist you with your request.

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ANCHORAGE CARGO OFFICE MOVES LOCATIONS: Effective, November 20, 2017 PenAir's Anchorage Cargo office will move to the south end of their current location at 6200 Boeing Drive.  It's not a huge move but a move none the less.  The new office is in the same building but at the opposite end.  

Hours of Operation for Cargo & PenPak :
8 AM - 5 PM (Monday - Friday)
8 AM - 4 PM (Saturday)
Closed Sunday

Air Cargo: 907.771.2642
Air Cargo Fax: 907.770.7204

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BOSTON AIRPORT TO MOVE TICKET COUNTER AND GATE LOCATIONS:  Effective, November 16, 2017 PenAir's Boston ticket counter and gate will be located on the other side of Terminal B, near Door B214.  All PenAir flights will depart from Gate B36, and checked baggage will be delivered to Carousel 8.  Arriving customers with bags can be met near passenger pickup Zone 4 at Boston's Terminal B

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EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, Bear Spray is no longer permitted on PenAir passenger aircraft, but must be shipped as Cargo. According to the FAA, sprays containing more than 2% by mass of Tear Gas (CS or CN) are prohibited in checked baggage. Bear Spray rarely contains 2% or less by mass of Tear Gas. One 4 ounce (118ml) container of Self Defense Spray, however, is permitted in checked baggage provided it is equipped with a safety mechanism to prevent accidental discharge and contains 2% or less by mass of Tear Gas. You can find all of this information at Restricted Items.

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Travel Ban: Samsung Galaxy Note 7

The U.S. Department of Transportation has issued a travel ban. Effective immediately, customers who own or possess a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 may not transport this device on their person, in carry-on baggage, in checked baggage, or via air cargo shipment. The Galaxy Note 7 has been classified as a forbidden, hazardous material and poses a risk when transported by air. If a passenger refuses to remove the Galaxy Note 7 from their person, that passenger will be denied travel on the aircraft. For more information on returning your recalled Galaxy Note 7 device to the manufacturer, call 1-800-SAMSUNG or 1-800-726-7864.


For more information on the travel ban issued by the U.S. DOT, visit