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Monday, August 26, 2013
Alaska Airlines launches Portland/Atlanta nonstop service
Alaska Airlines inaugurated nonstop service between Portland, Ore., and
Atlanta on Monday.
these new flights to Atlanta, our Portland-area customers will enjoy
nonstop service to a great southeastern city as well as connecting
opportunities throughout North America via our partner Delta Air
Lines' hub there," said Joe Sprague, Alaska Airlines' vice
president of marketing, in a company press release. "Alaska
Airlines has added eight new routes from Portland within the last 12
months as we continue our expansion from the Rose City, which
includes new service to Dallas-Fort Worth on Sept. 16."
offering a one-way fare of $149 to celebrate the new service. “Fares
must be purchased by Wednesday, require a 14-day advance purchase,
and are valid for travel from Sept. 9 through Nov. 20,” the airline
Airlines, a subsidiary of Alaska Air Group, serves 95 cities through
an expansive network.