Alaska to Begin Service from Portland to Four New Cities

By Jesse Sokolow on 11 January 2017
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IMGP4649Alaska Airlines announced that it plans to launch new flights from Portland, Oregon this summer. The carrier will begin seasonal service to Philadelphia, Milwaukee, and Baltimore, as well as year-round service to Albuquerque.

Flights to the City of Brotherly Love will commence on May 22, and be operated using Boeing 737 aircraft.

This will be followed by service to Milwaukee on June 5. The carrier will use Embraer E175 aircraft on the new route.

On June 5, the airline will begin its Portland-Baltimore service, which it will operate using Boeing 737 aircraft.

All new seasonal routes will operate daily, and will continue through August 26.

Alaska will then begin daily, year-round service to Albuquerque on August 18. The airline will operate the service using Embraer E175s.

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