Alaska Airlines Adds New Flights to Honolulu and Miami

Alaska Airlines added daily, year-round nonstop flights between Seattle/Everett and Honolulu and Portland/Miami.

"Travel demand to leisure destinations to relax and recharge remains strong, especially to sun and fun locations as cooler weather settles in," said Alaska's revenue management and network planning vice president Kirsten Amrine. 

Our first regular service from Paine Field to Hawaii is our new nonstop between Seattle/Everett and Honolulu. Our new coast-to-coast service between Portland and Miami connects the airports' most underserved communities."

Alaska Airlines' customers are increasingly choosing Seattle/Everett, home to Paine Field Snohomish County Airport, a smaller terminal with an expensive lounge 25 miles north of downtown Seattle. A commercial service began in March 2019 when the new facility opened.

"For those traveling between Honolulu and Washington State, flying into Seattle/Everett can be a less congested option to access the greater Seattle area," said Alaska's Hawaii regional vice president Daniel Chun. 

Alaska flies to Hawaii from Anchorage, Seattle/Everett, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, San Jose, Los Angeles, and San Diego. The airports average 30 nonstop, peak-daily flights to Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and Hawaii.

Alaska has been Portland's biggest carrier for 20 years. The additional Miami route will mean 52 nonstop destinations from the Rose City. After Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, and Tampa, Alaska serves Miami nonstop from Portland. Nonstop Seattle-Miami flights are available.

Alaska keeps adding flights from its Portland hub, a West Coast gateway. From March 14, 2024, the airline will fly nonstop between Portland and Nashville everyday. 

Alaska will be the sole airline offering nonstop service between these two locations, departing Portland midmorning and Nashville late afternoon.