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Non-stop Seattle to Columbus services from 7 March
As Alaska Airlines adds Ohio to its Ohio flight schedule, it says Seattle Columbus services will start on March 7. It will be the first Ohio stop for Alaska Airlines. The Alaska Airlines would be the only carrier flying non-stop between Seattle and Columbus according to actual flight plans. Alaska Airlines' new facility will continue its efforts to improve flight plans from its Seattle hubs, where it has experienced increased competitive pressure in recent years from the partner-operated competitive Delta.
"The Alaska Airlines company is continuing to link the West Coast with thrilling new targets across the country," said John Kirby, Alaska Airlines VP of Capacity planning and alliance, in a declaration. "is Alaska' s first goal in the state of Buckeye and our ambition to provide the most non-stop services from our home town of Seattle."
The Columbus will be the ninetieth Columbus aircraft to serve Alaska Airlines non-stop from Seattle, home to its main base and the most frequented hubs. Overall, Columbus ranks among a burgeoning list of Midwest option for Alaska Airlines' West Coast clients. It says it currently averages 31 weekly departures from its West Coast base in California, Oregon and Washington to 10 Midwest locations (Chicago O'Hare; Detroit; Indianapolis; Kansas City, Missouri; Milwaukee; Minneapolis/St. Paul; Oklahoma City; Omaha, Nebraska; St. Louis; and Wichita, Kansas).
The Alaska Airlines, which took over California's Virgin America in 2016, has developed into a dominating actor on the West Coast. In addition to the Seattle headquarters, the airline also serves major transportation centers in Los Angeles, Portland, Oregon, San Diego, San Jose, California, San Francisco and Anchorage, Alaska. Alaska Air starts the fusion with Virgin America, promising to "love more".