Alaska Airlines (Seattle/Tacoma) yesterday (September 4) launched nonstop service from its Seattle/Tacoma hub to Detroit. Detroit becomes Alaska Airlines’ 77th nonstop destination out of Seattle/Tacoma.
Copyright Photo: Michael B. Ing/AirlinersGallery.com. Alaska is proud to be all Boeing, a close partnership for the crosstown companies. Boeing 737-890 N512AS (msn 39043) in the special Boeing Dreamliner scheme arrives in Los Angeles.
Alaska Airlines (Seattle/Tacoma) has announced it will begin new service between San Diego and Boston starting March 29 and between San Diego and Lihue, Kauai (Hawaii), on June 7, 2013.
Summary of new service
Daily until Aug. 24 then Mon, Tue, Thu, Sat
Kauai -San Diego
Daily until Aug. 23 then Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun
All times based on local time zones
Alaska has added four flights from San Diego this year, including nonstop service to Orlando, Fla., and daily service to Fresno, Monterey and Santa Rosa, Calif. In addition to Alaska’s new San Diego-Kauai service, the carrier also flies daily from San Diego to the Hawaiian Islands of Oahu and Maui.
Copyright Photo: Eddie Maloney. Boeing 737-890 N512AS (msn 39043) dressed in the promotional Boeing Dreamliner scheme lands at the desert oasis of Las Vegas.
Alaska Airlines (Seattle/Tacoma) today (July 17) switches from Miami to Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood for its nonstop Seattle/Tacoma service to and from South Florida.
Copyright Photo: Bruce Drum. Alaska Airlines has an unique relationship with its cross-town manufacturer partner and has painted one of its Boeing 737-890s (N512AS) in Boeing colors. N512AS taxies to the runway at SeaTac.
Alaska Airlines (Seattle/Tacoma) launched Aircell’s Gogo® Inflight Internet service today (May 18) on six Boeing 737-800 aircraft and plans to expand the service to its entire fleet by the end of 2010. The airline is partnering with Alaska Airlines Visa Signature Card® to offer passengers Inflight WiFi free of charge on flights through July 31, 2010.
With Gogo, Alaska Airlines passengers with wireless devices will be able to browse the Web; access online music, games, podcasts and webcasts; send and receive e-mail; and connect to virtual private networks while flying. The easy-to-use service will provide passengers with full Internet access on any Wi-Fi-equipped laptop or personal electronic device at speeds similar to wireless mobile broadband services on the ground.
By the end of summer, Gogo will be installed on the airline’s fleet of 737-800s and -900s, which represents the majority of Alaska’s fleet. The remaining 737-400s and -700s will be equipped with the service later in the year.
Copyright Photo: Boeing 737-890 N512AS (msn 39043), painted in the Boeing Dreamliner color scheme, taxies to the gate at Los Angeles.
Alaska Airlines (Seattle/Tacoma) was forced yesterday to totally shut down all flights in and out of Anchorage due to ash from Mount Redoubt. AS hopes to reopen ANC this morning if the ash cloud moves away.