Alaska Airlines destinations

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Alaska Airlines serves 112 destinations in the United States, Canada, Cuba, Mexico and Costa Rica, including destinations shared with sister carriers Horizon Air (listed separately at Horizon Air destinations) and SkyWest Airlines.[1]

List[edit]

Hub[2]
Focus City[3]
Seasonal
Future route
Terminated destinations
City Country IATA ICAO Airport Began Ended Notes
Adak United States (Alaska) ADK PADK Adak Airport 2003 present
Albuquerque United States (New Mexico) ABQ KABQ Albuquerque International Sunport 2014 present [4]
Anchorage United States (Alaska) ANC PANC Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport 1932 present
Atlanta United States (Georgia) ATL KATL Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport 2009 present [5]
Austin United States (Texas) AUS KAUS Austin-Bergstrom International Airport 2009 present [6]
Baltimore United States (Maryland) BWI KBWI Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport 2014 present [7]
Barrow United States (Alaska) BRW PABR Wiley Post–Will Rogers Memorial Airport 1992 present
Bellingham United States (Washington) BLI KBLI Bellingham International Airport 2009 present [8]
Bethel United States (Alaska) BET PABE Bethel Airport 1984 present
Boise United States (Idaho) BOI KBOI Boise Airport 1983 present
Boston United States (Massachusetts) BOS KBOS Logan International Airport 2002 present [9]
Bozeman United States (Montana) BZN KBZN Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport 1990 present
Burbank United States (California) BUR KBUR Bob Hope Airport 1981 present
Calgary Canada (Alberta) YYC CYYC Calgary International Airport 1992 present
Cancún Mexico (Quintana-Roo) CUN MMUN Cancún International Airport 2014 present [10]
Charleston United States (South Carolina) CHS KCHS Charleston International Airport 2015 present [11]
Chicago United States (Illinois) ORD KORD O'Hare International Airport 2000 present
Colorado Springs United States (Colorado) COS KCOS Colorado Springs Municipal Airport 2015 present
Cordova United States (Alaska) CDV PACV Merle K. (Mudhole) Smith Airport 1932 present
Dallas United States (Texas) DFW KDFW Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport 2005 present
Deadhorse/Prudhoe Bay United States (Alaska) SCC PASC Deadhorse Airport 1981 present
Denver United States (Colorado) DEN KDEN Denver International Airport 2002 present
Detroit United States (Michigan) DTW KDTW Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport 2014 present [12]
Dillingham United States (Alaska) DLG PADL Dillingham Airport 1992 present
Fairbanks United States (Alaska) FAI PAFA Fairbanks International Airport 1932 present
Fort Lauderdale United States (Florida) FLL KFLL Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport 2012 present [13]
Guadalajara Mexico (Jalisco) GDL MMGL Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla International Airport 2003 present
Gustavus United States (Alaska) GST PAGS Gustavus Airport present
Havana Cuba HAV MUHA José Martí International Airport 2017 present
Honolulu United States (Hawaii) HNL PHNL Honolulu International Airport 2007 present
Houston United States (Texas) IAH KIAH George Bush Intercontinental Airport 2009 present
Indianapolis United States (Indiana) IND KIND Indianapolis International Airport 2017 future [14]
Ixtapa Mexico (Guerrero) ZIH MMZH Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo International Airport 1996 present
Juneau United States (Alaska) JNU PAJN Juneau International Airport present
Kahului United States (Hawaii) OGG PHOG Kahului Airport 2008 present
Kansas City United States (Missouri) MCI KMCI Kansas City International Airport 2012 present [15]
Ketchikan United States (Alaska) KTN PAKT Ketchikan International Airport 1973 present
King Salmon United States (Alaska) AKN PAKN King Salmon Airport 1992 present
Kodiak United States (Alaska) ADQ PADQ Kodiak Airport 1983 present
Kona United States (Hawaii) KOA PHKO Kona International Airport 2008 present [16]
Kotzebue United States (Alaska) OTZ PAOT Ralph Wien Memorial Airport 1980 present
Las Vegas United States (Nevada) LAS KLAS McCarran International Airport 1985 present
Liberia Costa Rica LIR MRLB Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport 2015 present [17]
Lihue United States (Hawaii) LIH PHLI Lihue Airport 2007 present
Long Beach United States (California) LGB KLGB Long Beach Airport [18]
Loreto Mexico (Baja California Sur) LTO MMLT Loreto International Airport 2015 present [19]
Los Angeles United States (California) LAX KLAX Los Angeles International Airport 1985 present
Manzanillo Mexico (Colima) ZLO MMZO Playa de Oro International Airport 1999 present
Mazatlán Mexico (Sinaloa) MZT MMMZ General Rafael Buelna International Airport 1988 present
Mexico City Mexico (Federal District) MEX MMMX Mexico City International Airport [20]
Miami United States (Florida) MIA KMIA Miami International Airport 2002 2012 [13][21]
Milwaukee United States (Wisconsin) MKE KMKE General Mitchell International Airport 2015 present [22]
Minneapolis United States (Minnesota) MSP KMSP Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport 2008 present [16]
Nashville United States (Tennessee) BNA KBNA Nashville International Airport 2015 present [11]
New Orleans United States (Louisiana) MSY KMSY Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport 2014 present [12]
New York City United States (New York) JFK KJFK John F. Kennedy International Airport 2015 present [23]
Newark United States (New Jersey) EWR KEWR Newark Liberty International Airport 2002 present [21]
Nome United States (Alaska) OME PAOM Nome Airport 1980 present
Oakland United States (California) OAK KOAK Oakland International Airport 1983 present
Oklahoma City United States (Oklahoma) OKC KOKC Will Rogers World Airport 2015 present [24]
Omaha United States (Nebraska) OMA KOMA Eppley Airfield 2013 present [25]
Ontario United States (California) ONT KONT Ontario International Airport 1981 present
Orange County United States (California) SNA KSNA John Wayne Airport 1987 present
Orlando United States (Florida) MCO KMCO Orlando International Airport 2003 present
Palm Springs United States (California) PSP KPSP Palm Springs International Airport 1980 present
Petersburg United States (Alaska) PSG PAPG Petersburg James A. Johnson Airport 1976 present
Philadelphia United States (Pennsylvania) PHL KPHL Philadelphia International Airport 2012 present [26]
Phoenix United States (Arizona) PHX KPHX Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport 1985 present
Portland United States (Oregon) PDX KPDX Portland International Airport 1979 present
Puerto Vallarta Mexico (Jalisco) PVR MMPR Lic. Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport 1988 present
Raleigh United States (North Carolina) RDU KRDU Raleigh-Durham International Airport 2015 present [11]
Sacramento United States (California) SMF KSMF Sacramento International Airport 1993 present
Salt Lake City United States (Utah) SLC KSLC Salt Lake City International Airport 2013 present [27]
San Antonio United States (Texas) SAT KSAT San Antonio International Airport 2012 present [28]
San Diego United States (California) SAN KSAN San Diego International Airport 1986 present
San Francisco United States (California) SFO KSFO San Francisco International Airport 1979 present
San Jose United States (California) SJC KSJC San Jose International Airport 1983 present
San José de Costa Rica Costa Rica SJO MROC Juan Santamaría International Airport 2015 present [17]
San José del Cabo Mexico (Baja California Sur) SJD MMSD Los Cabos International Airport 1989 present
Seattle United States (Washington) SEA KSEA Seattle–Tacoma International Airport 1951 present
Sitka United States (Alaska) SIT PASI Sitka Rocky Gutierrez Airport present
Spokane United States (Washington) GEG KGEG Spokane International Airport 1983 present
St. Louis United States (Missouri) STL KSTL Lambert-Saint Louis International Airport 2010 present [29]
Tampa United States (Florida) TPA KTPA Tampa International Airport 2014 present [12]
Tucson United States (Arizona) TUS KTUS Tucson International Airport 1985 present
Vancouver Canada (British Columbia) YVR CYVR Vancouver International Airport 1989 present
Washington D.C United States (Virginia) DCA KDCA Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport 2001 present
Washington D.C United States (Virginia) IAD KIAD Washington Dulles International Airport 2015 present [30]
Wichita United States (Kansas) ICT KICT Wichita Eisenhower National Airport 2017 present [31]
Wrangell United States (Alaska) WRG PAWG Wrangell Airport 1976 present
Yakutat United States (Alaska) YAK PAYA Yakutat Airport present

Former destinations[edit]

  • Acapulco, Mexico
  • Dutch Harbor, AK (turned over to PenAir)
  • La Paz, Mexico (turned over to Horizon Air)
  • Long Beach, CA (turned over to Horizon Air and now completely cut)
  • Miami, FL (now served via Fort Lauderdale, FL)
  • Reno, NV (turned over to Horizon Air)
  • Redmond, OR (turned over to Horizon Air)
  • Toronto, ON (operated from LAX during the early 1990s, now cut entirely)

Former destinations in Russia[edit]

Beginning in 1991, Alaska Airlines operated weekly service to cities in Eastern Russia from Anchorage, Alaska.[32][33] The service was canceled in 1998 after the Russian financial crisis.[34]

References[edit]

Destinations can be found at: http://www.alaskaair.com/content/about-us/newsroom/as-cities.aspx

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  13. ^ a b Satchell, Arlene (July 17, 2012). "Alaska Air takes flight from Lauderdale". Sun-Sentinel. Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Retrieved September 1, 2016. 
  14. ^ "Indianapolis Airport Announces New Airline, New Nonstop Flight to Pacific Northwest Region" (PDF). Indianapolisairport.com. Retrieved August 10, 2016. 
  15. ^ "Alaska Airlines Offers New Service Between Seattle-Kansas City, Mo., and San Jose-Palm Springs, Calif." (Press release). Alaska Airlines. October 11, 2011. Retrieved May 14, 2016. 
  16. ^ a b "Alaska Air to launch daily Seattle-Kona service Nov. 17". The Honolulu Advertiser. May 20, 2008. Retrieved September 1, 2016. 
  17. ^ a b "Alaska Airlines Says Hola to Costa Rica" (Press release). Alaska Airlines. April 30, 2015. Retrieved April 30, 2015. 
  18. ^ "Alaska Airlines to end Seattle/Tacoma-Long Beach flights | World Airline News". worldairlinenews.com. Retrieved May 14, 2016. 
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  20. ^ "American Airlines gets OK to take over Los Angeles-Mexico City route | Dallas Morning News". dallasnews.com. Retrieved May 14, 2016. 
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  22. ^ Taschler, Joe (November 25, 2014). "Alaska Airlines expands partnership with SkyWest, adds Milwaukee service". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Retrieved September 1, 2016. 
  23. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on March 13, 2015. Retrieved 2015-03-10. 
  24. ^ Hertneky, Dana (July 1, 2015). "Alaska Airlines Indicator Of OKC's Soaring Business Climate". News9.com. Retrieved September 1, 2016. 
  25. ^ Yowell, Paige (November 1, 2013). "Alaska Airlines to offer daily nonstop flights between Eppley, Seattle". Omaha World-Herald. Retrieved September 1, 2016. 
  26. ^ Loyd, Linda (February 7, 2012). "Alaska Airlines bringing service to Philadelphia International". Philadelphia Daily News. Retrieved September 1, 2016. 
  27. ^ "Alaska Airlines Welcomes Japan Airlines as newest Mileage Plan and Codeshare Partner - Yahoo Finance". finance.yahoo.com. Retrieved May 16, 2016. 
  28. ^ Hendricks, David (May 30, 2012). "Alaska Airlines to fly S.A.-Seattle route". San Antonio Express-News. Retrieved September 1, 2016. 
  29. ^ "Alaska Airlines Announces New Seattle-St. Louis Service" (Press release). Alaska Airlines. June 17, 2010. Retrieved September 1, 2016. 
  30. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on November 13, 2014. Retrieved 2014-11-13. 
  31. ^ Airlines, Alaska. "Alaska Airlines to offer the most nonstop flights to America's heartland from Seattle". 
  32. ^ Brooke, James (March 30, 1997). "Alaska Airlines Opens Russia's 'Wild East'". The New York Times. Retrieved August 31, 2016. 
  33. ^ "Alaska Airlines Russian Far East Destinations". Alaska Airlines. Archived from the original on February 19, 1998. Retrieved August 31, 2016. 
  34. ^ "Building an air bridge". Alaska Airlines. June 2002. Archived from the original on March 24, 2006. Retrieved August 31, 2016.