Air carrier Alaska Airlines has formalized the relaunch of its service on the air route connecting the two airports Seattle-Tacoma and Miami International. The return of Alaska Airlines to this axis takes place after more than ten years of absence.
This new service is the 100th service offered by this non-stop airline from its base at the airport in the city located in Washington. For passengers taking this flight, they can enjoy numerous connections to destinations in the Pacific Northwest and South Florida.
Alaska Airlines has unveiled its flight schedules connecting the two US cities. She said that this route now benefits from a daily connection which departs at 7:15 am. The flight will arrive in Miami at 4:27 p.m. and then passengers wishing to leave for Seattle can take another flight to Seattle at 5:40 p.m.
The frequencies offered by Alaska Airlines between these two airports are served and operated by Boeing 737 MAX-9.