Alaska Airlines announces MIA service in 2022
Miami will become its 100th nonstop destination from Seattle
Alaska Airlines is turning up the heat and celebrating, because Miami will become its 100th nonstop destination from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) when it starts daily nonstop service to Miami International Airport (MIA) on June 16, 2022.
We greatly look forward to welcoming Alaska Airlines back to Miami-Dade County for the first time in 10 years. Their daily flights will give our residents another attractive travel option to Seattle, the Pacific Northwest, and connections to the beautiful state of Alaska.
For Alaska Airlines’ West Coast passengers, Miami opens a new frontier. MIA includes several of its fellow OneWorld Alliance members and provides easy and convenient connectivity to flights across the Caribbean and Latin America, with more flights to the region than any other U.S. airport. Alaska Airlines passengers flying from MIA can continue their travel to other West Coast cities, Hawaii, and Mexico from its main hub at SEA Airport.
We’ve landed at a perfect location for our 100th nonstop from our home airport in Seattle. Miami is a cultural hub for travelers around the world with its incredible nightlife, art, music, architecture, and food,” said Brett Catlin, vice president of network and alliances at Alaska Airlines. “With our new daily nonstop launching in June, we’ll be connecting two cruise capitals just in time for summer while teeing up easy fall getaways to South Florida, the Caribbean, and beyond.
It will be an honor to once again have America’s fifth-busiest airline providing Seattle service at MIA. We appreciate Alaska Airlines’ decision to add Miami to its Florida network and make us their 100th nonstop destination from Seattle.
Alaska Airlines and its regional partners serve more than 120 destinations across the United States and to Mexico, Canada, and Costa Rica. The airline emphasizes Next-Level Care for its guests, along with providing low fares, award-winning customer service and sustainability efforts. Alaska is a member of OneWorld. With the global alliance and the airline’s additional partners, guests can travel to more than 1,000 destinations on more than 20 airlines while earning and redeeming miles on flights to locations around the world.
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