Alaska Airlines served its first flight to Miami from Tacoma three days ago. This service was finally relaunched by the American company after an interruption that lasted about ten years.
This destination will be the 100th destination to be served by Washington’s SeaTac-based airline.
The flight was operated by a Boeing 737 MAX which took off from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport last Thursday at 7:13 a.m. before arriving at Miami Airport at 4:00 p.m.
From now on, the flight connecting the city of Washington to that of Florida will be served every day at 7:15 a.m. (the return flight takes off the same day at 5:40 p.m.).
Besides the Boeing 737 MAX 9, Alaska Airlines will also deploy its 737-800 on this route. This aircraft can accommodate and transport up to 178 passengers. The flights are on sale online, and available for booking on Alaskaair.com, whose ticket prices start at 159 USD.
Throughout the summer season, Alaska Airlines expects to offer twenty three miles and five hundred and sixty two seats each week operating one hundred and thirty six flights to Florida destinations: Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Miami, Tampa and Orlando.