New route from Alaska’s largest city to the Twin Cities will provide more nonstops to the state of Alaska
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, 2021-Mar-23 — /Travel PR News/ — Alaska Airlines announces today (March 19, 2021) new seasonal service at one of the airline’s key hubs in Alaska with new nonstop service between Anchorage and Minneapolis-St. Paul. This additional nonstop flight means Alaska Airlines will provide the most nonstops from the state of Alaska than any other carrier.
The new service to the Land of 10,000 Lakes is in addition to the newly added nonstop service between Anchorage and Las Vegas, Denver and San Francisco, along with the expansion of year-round service to sunny Phoenix and Maui.
“We are looking forward to welcoming more guests to the Great Land in 2021 and expanding service for the residents of Alaska,” said Marilyn Romano, Alaska Airlines’ regional vice president. “With a massive network across the state and our naturally socially distanced outdoor spaces, this route offers easy access to Denali, kayaking, sightseeing, and the most sustainably managed fishing in the world. Alaska is a safe and attractive travel destination for friends and family.”
|Start Date||End Date||City Pair||Frequency||Aircraft|
|June 19, 2021||Aug 15, 2021||Anchorage – Minn.- St. Paul||Sat, Sun||737|
This summer, Alaska will fly nonstop to 11 destinations between Anchorage and the Lower 48 and Hawaii including: Minneapolis-St. Paul; Chicago; Denver; Honolulu; Maui; Las Vegas; Los Angeles; Phoenix; Portland, Oregon; San Francisco and Seattle. Four of the cities on the West Coast are also Alaska hubs, which allow for improved connectivity for guests traveling to other locations.
“With the addition of these nonstops, we are committed to keeping Alaska and our guests connected across our network,” said Brett Catlin, Alaska Airlines vice president of network and alliances. “Not only do guests have new nonstop destinations to choose from, Alaskans will also be able to take advantage of our new oneworld partnership and the opportunity to travel to over 800 global destinations served by our partners.”
Introductory one-way fares between Anchorage and Minneapolis-St. Paul start at $98, and one-way fares between Minneapolis-St. Paul and Anchorage begin at $99. For full terms and conditions, including blackout dates and fees, visit alaskaair.com.
About Alaska Airlines
Alaska Airlines and its regional partners serve more than 115 destinations across the United States and North America. The airline provides essential air service for our guests along with moving crucial cargo shipments, while emphasizing Next-Level Care. Alaska is known for low fares, award-winning customer service and sustainability efforts. Guests can earn and redeem miles on flights to more than 800 destinations worldwide with Alaska and its Global Partners. On March 31, 2021, Alaska will officially become a member of the oneworld global alliance. Learn more about Alaska at newsroom.alaskaair.com and blog.alaskaair.com. Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air are subsidiaries of Alaska Air Group (NYSE: ALK).
Terms and conditions
For introductory fare, tickets must be purchased by 11:59 p.m. (PT) on Mar. 23, 2021, for travel on Saturdays and Sundays between June 19, 2021 and Aug. 15, 2021. Day of week and other restrictions may apply. A $125 (USD) change fee per person applies to changes of ticketed travel. Fares include all taxes, fees, and charges, are in U.S. dollars and are subject to change without notice. Additional U.S. taxes may apply to itineraries involving more than one stopover or a stopover lasting more than 12 hours. Tickets are nonrefundable. Applicable fare and tax differences apply to any changes made after ticketing. A ticket purchased at an Alaska Airlines airport location or through one of our reservation call centers will cost $15.00 (USD) more per person than the advertised fare. Some flights may be operated by or in conjunction with Horizon Air or SkyWest Airlines. Bag fees apply for checked baggage. See our checked baggage policy at www.alaskaair.com for more details.
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SOURCE: Alaska Airlines