Tag Archives: 22363

Alaska Airlines launches the Seattle/Tacoma – Washington Dulles route

Alaska Airlines (Seattle/Tacoma), today (March 11) launched nonstop daily service between Seattle/Tacoma and Dulles International Airport near Washington. With the addition of Dulles, Alaska customers now have nonstop access to three Washington D.C.-area airports from Seattle/Tacoma, as Alaska also serves Reagan National Airport and Baltimore-Washington International Airport.

Copyright Photo: Michael B. Ing/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 737-990 ER N453AS (msn 36354) with Aviation Partners Boeing Split Scimitar Winglets at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport hub, also carries the newly updated (after the Super Bowl loss) “Go Russell! – Champions Never Rest” sub-titles (click the photo for the full size view).

Alaska Airlines aircraft slide show: AG Airline Slide Show

AG We are not A.net

 

Advertisements

Sundt Atlanta Skybridge starts operations

Sundt Atlanta Skybridge (Oslo-Gardermoen) is a joint venture between Air Atlanta Icelandic (Keflavik) and corporate jet operator Sundt Air (Oslo). The new JV will operate cargo charters. Boeing 747-230B (F) TF-ARM (msn 22363) was repositioned to OSL on June 24, 2009 and is now operating charter flights while still painted in basic Saudi Arabian Airlines colors.

Further information and picture:

www.atlanta.is/index.aspx?GroupId=37&TabId=41&NewsItemID=253&ModulesTabsId=46