Alaska Airlines starts flying to Charleston, South Carolina

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Alaska Airlines today (November 16) started a new route connecting Boeing’s two main airliner assembly destinations. The airline is expanding its Seattle/Tacoma hub with new service from Seattle to Charleston, South Carolina. Charleston is the seventh new city the carrier has added this year, following last month’s start of service from Seattle/Tacoma to Raleigh/Durham.

 

 

 

Flights will be operated with Next Generation 737 aircraft four days a week.

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