Alaska Airlines restores the Seattle/Tacoma – Miami route

Alaska Airlines is restoring the SEA-MIA route with this announcement. The SEA-MIA route was moved to FLL (which will also be retained).

We’re turning up the heat and celebrating! From our home in the great Pacific Northwest, Alaska Airlines is breaking out the sunscreen, packing our best bathing suit and practicing our dance moves for our newest (old) destination: tropical Miami! The popular South Florida vacation spot becomes our 100th nonstop destination from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA). We’ll start daily nonstop service between Seattle/Tacoma and Miami on June 16.

For our West Coast guests, Miami International Airport opens a new (old) frontier. The airport is a large hub, including for several of our fellow oneworld alliance members, providing easy and convenient connectivity to flights across the Caribbean and Latin America.

Think Seattle to Miami then onward to locations such as Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires or the U.S. Virgin Islands.

See the 100 wide-ranging places we can take you to from Seattle on our Blog.

Starts City Pair Departs Arrives Frequency Aircraft
June 16 Seattle – Miami 7:15 a.m. 4:15 p.m. Daily  737-900
June 16 Miami – Seattle 5:40 p.m. 9:10 p.m. Daily  737-900
All times are local times

This summer, Alaska will serve the two major airports in South Florida with the addition of Miami. Since 2012, we’ve provided nonstop service between Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and Seattle, and next summer we’ll offer twice daily nonstops. We also provide wintertime seasonal service from Fort Lauderdale to Los Angeles; Portland, Oregon; San Diego; and San Francisco.