Alaska Airlines has introduced year-round, daily nonstop service between Honolulu, Portland, and Miami, and Seattle/Everett and Honolulu.
Seattle/Everett, 25 miles north of downtown Seattle and home to Paine Field Snohomish County Airport, is gaining popularity among Alaska Airlines passengers due to its larger terminal and luxury lounge.
For those traveling between Honolulu and Washington State, flying into Seattle/Everett may be a less congested option for accessing the greater Seattle area.
By adding this new flight, we will operate a total of six nonstop flights per day between Oahu and two airports in the Seattle area, offering our business and leisure travelers a selection of convenient flight schedules.
Hawaii is served by Alaska from eight West Coast gateways: San Diego, Anchorage, Seattle/Everett, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, and San Jose. From these airports, 30 uninterrupted, peak-day flights serve Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and Hawaii.
More almost two decades, Alaska's main carrier has operated in Portland. The Rose City will now have 52 nonstop destinations with Miami. Alaska continues to serve Miami from Portland. After Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, and Tampa.
At its West Coast headquarters in Portland, Alaska adds new flights. The airline began daily, year-round service between Portland and Nashville on March 14, 2024.
For passengers' convenience, Alaska will be the only airline to fly nonstop between Portland in the morning and Nashville in the afternoon.