PenAir is not changing its luggage policy for Unalaska flyers.
The airline clarified its rules recently after Mayor Frank Kelty announced PenAir might make its policies more restrictive by cutting the number of allowed checked bags from three to two.
That’s not the case, according to Missy Roberts, PenAir's VP of sales and marketing.
“The Dutch Harbor/Unalaska market is not our market, so we can’t make those decisions," she said. "It has to come from Alaska Airlines.”
Right now, Roberts said Alaska Airlines has no plans to change its baggage rules.