Do not wait! Get through Security and on to the gate!
Flying from Charles M. Schulz - Sonoma County Airport provides incredible ease and convenience. We are a small airport, but it still takes time to check people in, process baggage, and get passengers through Security screening. We appreciate your help!
* Check-in times at Charles M. Schulz - Sonoma County Airport may vary from other airports. Be aware of check-in times for each airport from which you travel.
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Fly nonstop on Alaska Airlines from Santa Rosa to Los Angeles, Portland, San Diego, and Seattle. Connecting flights can take you to many more destinations nationally and around the world.
Alaska Airlines is currently the only airline serving Sonoma County Airport. For fares and specials or to purchase tickets, visit alaskaair.com or call 1-800-252-7522 / TTY 800-682-2221.
Alaska / Horizon local baggage and message line: 707-543-7100
Alaska / Horizon lost baggage line: 1-877-815-8253 and online at Baggage Services
To locate items left on board, fill out this online form (preferred method) or call 1-877-815-8253
For items lost in the terminal area call 707-565-7243
Lost in the restaurant - Sky Lounge Steakhouse: 707-542-9400
Lost in a parking lot - Republic Parking: 707-523-2186
Alaska Airlines passenger numbers in and out of Santa Rosa.
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2014 Alaska Airlines Passenger Numbers (as of August 2014)
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The Airport is actively engaged in securing additional scheduled air service to other destinations. Potential destinations include Denver, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, and Orange County.
Horizon's first flight from STS took off under a traditional arc of water.