Northern Pacific Airways receives its Part 121 AOC, will start operations on July 14

Northern Pacific Airways (Ravn Alaska dba) (Ontario and Anchorage) late last night (July 8), received its Part 121 Air Operators Certificate (AOC) from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

Photo: NPA.

Operations on the Ontario – Las Vegas route are due to start on July 14.

Fly NPA (Northern Pacific Airways) is a new long-haul airline in Alaska, United States. It’s a subsidiary airline of Ravn Alaska — a regional airline in Alaska. Northern Pacific Airways will be looking to operate the long-haul routes. Northern Pacific Airways is looking to potentially launch operations by Summer 2022.

Operating from its base at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, Anchorage, Fly NPA will provide travellers with a new way to Asia. The airline will fly internationally and connect the East and West of the US with Asia. Through Anchorage, Alaska, the airline plans to serve cities in the states of New York, Florida, California, Texas, and Nevada, with flights to cities in Japan and Korea.

In January 2022, Northern Pacific unveiled its first Boeing 757-200 in its livery. The airline has plans to expand its fleet further, including 6 former American Airlines Boeing 757-200 aircraft, to have 12 aircraft by launch.

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