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Oregon Wines Fly Free at the Eugene Airport

Published: February 13, 2019
Don’t let baggage fees stop you from bringing home a case of Pinot from Oregon's South Willamette Valley wineries. Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan members can check a case of wine for free on a return flight out of the Eugene Airport thanks to the Oregon Wines Fly Free program.

In addition, passengers showing their Alaska boarding passes within a week of their arrival in Oregon will receive complimentary tastings at more than 300 Oregon wineries.

Stock your wine cellar

Participating Eugene area wineries include 255 Madison, Oregon Wine Lab, Rainsong Vineyard, Silvan Ridge Winery, Brigadoon Wine Co., King Estate, Sweet Cheeks Winery, WildCraft Cider Works, Iris Vineyards, Lavelle Vineyards, Noble Estate Vineyard and Winery, Pfeiffer Winery, Benton-Lane Winery, Capitello Wines, J. Scott Cellars and Walnut Ridge Vineyards.

Wine Shop at the Adventure Center in Springfield

Customers may join the Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan for free at

For program details and an updated list of participating wineries, visit The offer also applies to airports in Portland, Medford, Redmond, and Walla Walla.

Oregon Wines Fly Free is a partnership with Travel Oregon, Alaska Airlines and the Oregon Wine Board.

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Author: Taj Barnhart Morgan

Taj Barnhart Morgan is the Director of Content Strategy for Travel Lane County. A journalism graduate from the University of Oregon, Taj has two decades of special event management and hospitality marketing experience in San Diego, CA and Maui, HI. Passionate about mothering, and back to her Oregon roots, she is discovering the Eugene, Cascades & Coast region all over again through the eyes of her daughter.