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  • Joe Breitfeller

Alaska Airlines to Resume Full Schedule From Paine Field in Everett, Washington From June 2022

From June 17th, Alaska Airlines will have resumed their full schedule at Paine Airport in Everett Washington, with 18 peak daily departures to a variety of West Coast destinations, including four daily nonstop flights to San Francisco.


Horizon Air Embraer E175 - Courtesy Alaska Airlines

On Thursday (April 14, 2022), Alaska Airlines announced that they will fully restore their pre-pandemic schedule from Paine Field Snohomish Airport in Everett, Washington by June 2022. Currently, guests can fly on one of the carrier’s 16 peak daily nonstop departures to a variety of West Coast destinations, increasing to 18 in June. Alaska resumed service between Paine Field and San Francisco on May 19th, which will be offered four times daily from June 17, 2022. From Everett, the airline also serves Boise, Las Vegas, Orange County, Palm Springs, Phoenix, San Diego, Spokane and Tucson.


In Thursday’s announcement, Alaska Airlines’ Vice President of Network and Alliances, Brett Catlin, said,


“Paine Field is a popular option for our guests flying in and out the Puget Sound region with its beautiful facility, compact size and ease to navigate – the terminal feels luxurious. We have many Mileage Plan members and elite flyers who live north of Seattle. We want to offer destinations that appeal to them while also being a convenient alternative to possible congestion to the south.”


Also commenting on Alaska’s restored service from Everett, Propeller Airports’ CEO, Brett Smith added,


“The challenges of the last two years across the travel industry were not unique to Paine Field, but we’ve always had a great partner in our hometown carrier, and we knew they were committed to us and the travelers of this region. We look forward to Alaska bringing their full schedule back and offering great options out of Paine Field.”


Alaska Airlines to Fully Restore Schedule From Paine Field in Everett, Washington - Courtesy Alaska Airlines

Most service at Paine Field is operated by Alaska’s sister carrier Horizon Air with Embraer E175s featuring First and Premium Class cabins, hundreds of free movies and TV shows to view on personal devices, free texting on most flights and Wi-Fi connectivity for purchase. Alaska Airlines has also recently added Boeing 737 service on afternoon flights to Las Vegas and Phoenix.

Alaska Airlines and their regional partners serve over 120 destinations in the United States, Mexico, Canada, Costa Rica and Belize. The sustainability-focused carrier emphasizes Next-Level Care for guests, while offering low fares and award-winning service. Alaska has hubs in Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland and Anchorage. The carrier is a member of the oneworld global alliance, and along with their additional partners, Alaska Airlines’ guests can earn and redeem miles on flights to more than 1,000 global destinations on over 20 airlines. Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air are subsidiaries of the Alaska Air Group, Inc. (NYSE: ALK).


Source: Alaska Airlines