What happens to your airline tickets if you’re banned from Alaska?
Alaska is banning flights to the U.S. by the end of May, a move that has drawn condemnation from airlines and other groups.
Alaskans travel is already restricted, with passengers banned from using their phones or using social media for 24 hours after takeoff and two hours at the gate.
Alaska also bans all flights that have more than 10 passengers, and it has also banned the use of air bags for passengers and their luggage.
In the meantime, Alaska is limiting travel to five flights per day, which will allow people to visit family members who are also traveling.
Alaska will also restrict travel from the state to the West Coast, the Northeast, Alaska, Hawaii, and Canada.
Alaska Airlines has suspended all Alaska flights to Puerto Rico, Guam, and the U,S.
Virgin Islands, and Guam is also suspending flights to Alaska.
A spokesperson for Alaska Airlines said that the suspension applies to all flights from Anchorage to Puerto Vallarta.
Alaska has said that it’s considering a temporary ban on flights to Cuba and other Caribbean islands, and has asked for help from the U: Alaskan Airlines has asked the FAA to consider a temporary suspension on flights from Alaska to Cuba, Guam and the United States Virgin Islands from May 15 to May 22.
Alaska said in a statement on Friday that it would not allow flights to any destinations in the Caribbean until it received FAA approval.
Alaska is not alone in imposing this measure.
Other airlines in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Spain, Italy, Greece, and Portugal have also banned flights to and from the islands.
On Friday, Emirates banned flights from the Isle of Man, while Air France and Ryanair have said they will ban flights from British Virgin Islands.
A similar ban was imposed in the Netherlands, where Virgin Atlantic said that passengers will not be able to fly to the Netherlands in May and will be barred from all flights to Spain, Greece and Portugal.
Alaska’s travel restrictions come as U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May faces a crucial vote on her country’s departure from the European Union.
The U.k. voted to leave the bloc in March, after the country voted to stay in.
The vote, which has been criticized by many U.N. officials, sparked protests in London, with demonstrators taking to the streets and calling for May to resign.