Alaska Airlines announces new nonstop flights to Jackson, WY

Alaska Airlines has made this announcement:

It has been a challenging time, and for many the great outdoors has become a safe haven. For Alaska Airlines guests, the Grand Tetons just got a bit closer. Today the airline announced new seasonal service to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, offering nonstop flights between Seattle; and the first nonstop flights from San Jose, Calif. and San Diego.

With five-times weekly service from Seattle/Tacoma and San Diego from December 17 through April 11, 2021, and twice weekly flights from San Jose from December 19 through April 10, guests can hit the slopes faster with all flights taking less than three hours. Flights times offer afternoon departures from Seattle, San Jose and San Diego, for easy West Coast connections (hello long weekend) and late afternoon or early evening departures from Jackson Hole to allow for maximum time on the slopes.

 

Guests will fly onboard the Embraer 175 jet from all departure cities and enjoy the experience they have come to know and love about Alaska, including three classes of service and Wi-Fi, as well as Next-Level Care – the layers of nearly 100 actions taken to ensure the safety of guests and employees during the COVID-19 pandemic. Those actions include enhanced aircraft and airport cleaning; mandatory facial masks; hospital-grade HEPA air filters, an air filtration system that brings fresh, outside air into the cabin every three minutes; hand-sanitizing stations throughout the journey and more.