Alaska Airlines to Begin Daily Seattle to Philly, Ft. Lauderdale Flights

By Eva Leonard on 7 February 2012
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Alaska Airlines is launching two new routes this summer. Starting June 11, the carrier is scheduled to begin new nonstop daily service between Seattle and Philadelphia. In addition, daily nonstop service between Seattle and Fort Lauderdale will start July 16.

The new flights will use Boeing 737-800 aircraft. With the launch of the new Ft. Lauderdale service, Alaska Airlines will discontinue its flights between Seattle and Miami.

Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan members can earn double miles on the new nonstops through August 6 for Philadelphia flights, and through September 11 for Ft. Lauderdale flights. Passengers must first register at to qualify.

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