Alaska to Begin First-Ever Flights Between Anchorage and Spokane

By Jesse Sokolow on 10 June 2016
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DSC_0305 2Alaska Airlines announced it will begin new seasonal, non-stop service between Anchorage, Alaska and Spokane, Washington on June 11. The carrier will operate the service once a week through August 27.

Flights will depart Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport at 11:55 p.m. on Saturdays and arrive at Spokane International Airport at 4:26 a.m. the next morning. From Spokane, flights are scheduled to depart at 7:40 p.m., also on Saturdays, and arrive in Anchorage at 10:20 p.m.

Alaska will operate the service using Boeing 737-700 aircraft, outfitted with 12 seats in the first class cabin and 112 seats in economy class. First-class seats are 21” wide and have a pitch of 36”.

The new service will be the first ever non-stop between Anchorage and Spokane.

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