Alaska Air to Increase Service to Boise, Adding Phoenix and Pullman-Moscow Region

By Paul Riegler on 17 June 2021
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Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport

Alaska Airlines announced plans to increase service to Boise, Idaho over the coming months.

The Seattle-based carrier, which already links both Chicago and Austin to the Idahoan capital, will add new non-stop service to Phoenix as well as to the Pullman-Moscow region in Washington and Idaho.

Flights from Boise Airport to Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport will start on August 17.

Seasonal service from Boise to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport will start on November 19, 2021 and run through April 18, 2022.

The communities of Moscow, Idaho, and Pullman, Washington, are homes to the University of Idaho at Moscow and Washington State University, respectively.

Once the Moscow-Pullman service starts, Alaska will be operating 30 daily departures to 14 destinations from Boise.

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