Accommodations Plus International (API) is a contractor that Alaska Airlines uses to manage hotel accommodations and transportation providers for flight crews on layovers.
Read more information about API on their website at http://www.apihotels.com.
Who Do I Contact?
CrewCare (Layover Hotel and Transportation Feedback)
If you have a layover hotel or transportation concern, first document the issue by writing it up in the CrewCare system.
- Log-in to the inflight website (http://asainflight.alaskaair.com)
- Open the menu
- Click “Hotels”
- Click “Hotel Links”
- Click “My Crew Care”
- Open the menu
- Click “Feedback”
- Click “Provide Feedback”
First Time Using Crew Care?
When you open the Crew Care site for the first time, you’ll need to register with your alaskaair.com email address. After registering, the system will send you a confirmation email. From the confirmation email, click the link to confirm your registration. Once you complete this registration process, you won’t need to do it again.
API has written a user guide for the Crew Care system that you can access by clicking here.
For other assistance, contact any member of your Local Hotel Committee. You can find a list of Committee Members on your Local Council Committees page. For your convenience, a list of Committee Chairs and links to the Local Committee lists are below.
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