The New Ravn DAYover – The Free Stopover program

With Ravn Alaska’s new DAYover program, you can add one, free 24-hour stop in any major hub*, along the way to your destination. That means extra time for errands, visiting with family or just exploring. Plus, by booking a two-in-one trip, you can save up to $100 on airfare**. Skip the dull layover and opt for the DAYover.

DAYover stops can be made on the way to and from your destination. Booking a DAYover is as easy as two steps:

  1. Select the ‘Multiple Cities’ option
  2. You are permitted one free stop for a 24-hour period. Enter each flight of your trip, including one of our hubs (Anchorage, Aniak, Bethel, Fairbanks, Kotzebue, St Mary’s, or Unalakleet) in the itinerary. For example, say you are traveling from Dillingham to Fairbanks and wanted to stop in Anchorage:

It’s that easy – whether you make a connection the same day, or spend the night before heading to your destination, Ravn Alaska wants to make your trip as flexible and affordable as possible.

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*Terms and Conditions: One free, 24-hour stopover (DAYover) permitted in Anchorage, Aniak, Bethel, Fairbanks, Kotzebue, St Mary’s, or Unalakleet. To qualify for a free stopover, the same fare class must be available for each segment of the trip. Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights or all days. Additional fees apply to check more than two bags or overweight or oversized items. Available on flights marketed by Ravn for travel on Ravn Alaska and Ravn Connect. A ticket purchased through one of our reservation call centers will cost $10.00 more per person than the advertised fare. Some markets may not operate daily service. Some flights may be operated by or in conjunction with the names of Ravn and Ravn Connect’s operating certificates, “Corvus Airlines” and “Hageland Aviation.”
**Savings based on purchase of a single ticket from origin to destination versus purchase of two separate tickets from origin to hub and hub to destination. Actual savings will vary depending on seat availability, advanced purchase, and schedule frequency.