As consumer demand for air travel is expected to increase with the introduction of the COVID-19 vaccine, Alaska Airlines is increasing its connecting flights in the Pacific Northwest for the upcoming summer season. The airline today announced the addition of four new routes that will connect Boise to Chicago O’Hare and Austin, as well as two new Seattle destinations.
Starting June 17, Alaska will begin daily nonstop flights between Boise and Chicago and Boise and Austin. Both routes are operated year-round with Horizon Air’s Embraer 175 aircraft, which have three cabin classes and only window and aisle seats (no middle seats). Alaska will also add an additional daily flight between Boise and Sacramento. With the addition of these new services, Alaska will offer 28 daily flights from Boise this year, with departures to 12 different cities.
Flights between Idaho’s capital and Illinois’ most populous city offer Alaska customers access to American Airlines’ domestic and international network. From 31. In March, customers will be able to enjoy seamless travel between the two airlines when Alaska joins the American Alliance as a member of Oneworld.
Alaska has long been the largest airline in Boise, and we are excited to expand our presence with new service to the east, said Brett Catlin, Alaska Airlines vice president of network marketing and alliances. As Boise continues to grow with its diverse and vibrant economy, we look forward to serving the needs of the community with non-stop flights, low fares and excellent service.
The announcement made by Alaska Airlines today demonstrates its commitment to growing with the Treasure Valley. The new flights will open new markets and provide more connectivity for Boise residents and visitors, said Rebecca Hupp, Boise Airport director. Boise Airport looks forward to continuing its close partnership with Alaska Airlines in the future.
Alaska’s summer schedule will include two new destinations for the airline: Idaho Falls, Idaho, and Redding, California. Both locations offer fantastic opportunities for outdoor recreation, which will continue to be in demand by travelers looking for fresh air and open spaces. Idaho Falls is actually the western gateway to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, while in Northern California Redding offers easy access to Mount Shasta and the Redwoods.
Starting June 17, a new annual Horizon Q400 turboprop flight will connect Idaho Falls and Redding to Seattle. The new connection is the first year-round connection between Idaho Falls and the West Coast airport and the only nonstop flight between Seattle and Redding.
|Starting date:||City Couple:||Frequency:||Plane:|
|17. June 2021||Boyce to Chicago O’Hare.||Daily||E175|
|17. June 2021||Boyce in Austin.||Daily||E175|
|17. June 2021||Seattle to Idaho Falls.||Daily||Q400|
|17. June 2021||Seattle to Redding.||Daily||Q400|
For more information, visit alaskaair.com.
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