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Alaska Airlines adds more ‘sun and fun’ destinations from Anchorage

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Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport

Alaska Airlines continues to strengthen its presence at one of the airline’s key hubs in Anchorage with new nonstop service to three “sun and fun” destinations – Las Vegas, Denver and San Francisco – and the expansion to year-round service to a popular fourth destination, Phoenix.

Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport

Come this summer, Alaska will fly eight nonstops from Anchorage to these destinations in the Lower 48: Chicago O’Hare, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle/Tacoma, Phoenix and Portland. Four of the cities on the West Coast are also Alaska hubs, which allow for improved connectivity for guests traveling to other locations.

New service to Las Vegas, Denver and San Francisco begins this summer; the Las Vegas flight will be offered year-round with seasonal flights to Denver and San Francisco. The current seasonal flight between Anchorage and Phoenix will now fly year-round.

The Anchorage-San Francisco flight – first announced in August 2019 – was scheduled to start in April 2020, but it was delayed due to the pandemic.

Start Date End Date City Pair Frequency Aircraft
 May 20, 2021 Year-round Anchorage – Las Vegas Th, F, Sa, Su 737
June 17, 2021 Aug. 16, 2021 Anchorage – Denver Daily 737
June 17, 2021 Aug. 16, 2021 Anchorage – San Francisco Daily 737
Year-round Year-round Anchorage – Phoenix Daily 737

In addition to Alaska’s continuing commitment to service at Anchorage, the airline partners with non-profit organizations throughout the state focused on helping those impacted by the pandemic. Alaska Airlines and Alaska Air Cargo are currently supporting residents across the state by transporting COVID-19 vaccines, including to some of the most remote communities in the U.S.