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Alaska Airlines adds new nonstop between Honolulu and Seattle 

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With new nonstop service between Seattle/Everett and Honolulu beginning this autumn, Alaska Airlines is celebrating more aloha. This trip is the first to connect Paine Field-Snohomish County Airport with the Hawaiian Islands. Beginning on November 17, the year-round, daily flight is just in time for holiday travel.

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For a limited time, one-way introductory tickets between Seattle/Everett and Honolulu begin at $149, and redemptions for Mileage Plan awards can be made for as little as 12,500 miles. On alaskaair.com, tickets can be ordered right away. As the longest flight we will run from Paine Field, this is the first new route we have added to Honolulu in more than a decade.

The initial seven weeks of the flight schedule for the Thanksgiving and winter holidays varies from the winter schedule that starts on Jan. 8, 2024:

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Thanksgiving-Winter Holiday 2023 Schedule

Start DateEnd DateCity PairDepartsArrivesFrequencyAircraft
Nov. 17 Jan. 7 Seattle/Everett-
Honolulu
9:10 a.m.1:38 p.m. Daily737
Nov. 17 Jan. 7Honolulu-
Seattle/Everett
 11:25 p.m.7:10 a.m. Daily737

Early Winter 2024 Schedule

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Start DateEnd DateCity PairDepartsArrivesFrequencyAircraft
Jan. 8 Year-round Seattle/Everett-
Honolulu
9:25 a.m.1:40 p.m. Daily737
Jan. 8 Year-roundHonolulu-
Seattle/Everett
 2:40 p.m.10:47 p.m. Daily737

In the upcoming autumn, this new service will fly to Hawaii from eight West Coast hubs: Anchorage, Seattle/Everett, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, San Jose, Los Angeles, and San Diego. From these airports, provide 30 nonstop, peak-hour flights daily to Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and the island of Hawaii.

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It provides onboard amenities for a wonderful vacation to the Islands and offers award-winning service. First Class and Premium Class are two of the three cabin classes on boeing 737s. You can watch many free films and TV episodes that are streamed in-flight on your own devices because there are power plugs at every seat. Alaska flights are also enabled with streaming-fast satellite Wi-Fi available for purchase, as well as the option to pre-order from a range of fresh meal selections.

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