Please note that effective September 15, 2023, through the week of November 6, 2023, there may be a delay in processing Known Shipper applications and/or updates to shipping account information as we transition to our new cargo management system. We may be unable to create new shipping accounts or make changes to your existing shipping accounts during this time, as we allow our teams to focus on servicing the operation and moving your shipments ahead of the transition.
This new technology will create even more opportunities for growth in the years ahead. As always, thank you for working with us. And if you have questions, reach out to us anytime.
Watch our project page for updates.
A Known Shipper is an individual or entity who may transport their goods on passenger aircraft. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) requires all shippers who wish to transport their goods by air transport with Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air to be Known unless your shipment meets an exception.
Read the information below to determine if becoming a Known Shipper is right for you.
Known Shipper status is not required if shipping any of the following:
Business are often already recognized by the TSA. Your business may qualify for an expedited Known Shipper application process if we can determine that your company is recognized by the TSA. Please visit our Known Shipper Application for Businesses section for more information about applying.
TSA provides IAC and CCSF statuses to Alaska Air Cargo directly. If you have questions or concerns regarding your IAC or CCSF status, please contact us.
Our Known Shipper program is a vetting process that has been approved by the TSA, and requires that our Known shippers meet every requirement before approval.
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