Alaska Airlines (Seattle/Tacoma) inaugurated nonstop service between Portland, Oregon, and Dallas/Fort Worth starting today.
Portland-Dallas/Fort Worth is the eighth new route Alaska has added from PDX and it will help connect with its partner American Airlines’ hub in Dallas/Fort Worth.
Summary of new service:
|Start date||City pair||Departs||Arrives||Frequency|
|Sept. 16||Portland-Dallas||10:15 a.m.||4:04 p.m.||Daily|
|Sept. 16||Dallas-Portland||5 p.m.||6:59 p.m.||Daily|
All times based on local time zones.
Alaska Airlines has inaugurated service from Portland to seven other destinations since June 2012, including Atlanta, Reagan National Airport in Washington, D.C., the Hawaiian island of Kauai, Fairbanks, Alaska, Bozeman, Montana, Pasco, Washington, and Santa Barbara, California.
Copyright Photo: Michael B. Ing/AirlinersGallery.com. Alaska Airlines is gradually replacing its aging Boeing 737-400 fleet. 737-490 N794AS (msn 28889) climbs away from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport hub.