Wednesday, 29 August 2018

Seattle to Columbus coming soon from Alaska Airlines

 A new air service to Buckeye Country from Seattle!

From March next year, Alaska Airlines will be starting a new service to Buckeye Country!  The airline will start a new daily nonstop service between Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and John Glenn Columbus International Airport in Ohio from 7th Match 2019.

"Alaska Airlines continues to connect the West Coast with exciting new destinations across the country," said John Kirby, vice president of capacity planning and alliances at Alaska Airlines. "This new service to Columbus represents Alaska's first destination in the Buckeye State, and our commitment to offer the most nonstop destinations from our hometown of Seattle."






Effective Date
City Pair
Departs
Arrives
Frequency
Aircraft
March 7, 2019
Seattle – Columbus
9:45 a.m.
5:15 p.m.
Daily
A320
March 7, 2019
Columbus – Seattle
6:15 p.m.
8:25 p.m.
Daily
A320
Flight times based on local time zones.

"Columbus is thrilled to welcome Alaska Airlines to John Glenn International," said Joseph R. Nardone, President & CEO of the Columbus Regional Airport Authority. "With nonstop flights to Seattle, our business and leisure travellers gain even more access to the West Coast. We greatly appreciate Alaska's investment in Ohio's capital city and we look forward to welcoming their arrival in March."

Columbus is the largest city in Ohio and the 14th largest city in the nation. It's also home to The Ohio State University, one of the largest universities in the country and home of the Buckeyes.

Alaska currently operates an average of 31 daily flights from the West Coast to 10 Midwest cities, which includes Chicago; Detroit; Indianapolis; Kansas City, Missouri; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Minneapolis; Oklahoma City; Omaha, Nebraska; St. Louis; and Wichita, Kansas.

From Alaska's main hub in Seattle, guests can travel nonstop to 89 destinations. Columbus becomes the 90th nonstop destination this spring.
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