Alaska Air New Service Seattle – JFK + Double Miles


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Alaska Airlines has announced in a press release that they will begin new service from Seattle to JFK. Alaska Airlines, is launching daily nonstop service from Seattle to New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport starting Sept. 16. The new service complements Alaska’s existing twice-daily service to Newark Liberty International Airport. JFK is the main hub for international flights serving New York City, giving Alaska customers more options to Europe and other global destinations on its partner airlines.

To celebrate Alaska’s new service, the airline is giving one lucky customer the opportunity to win a trip to New York City. Starting at 8 a.m. (PST), Alaska will launch “A Weekend in New York” sweepstakes on the airline’s Facebook page – open to customers 18 years of age or older, residing in Alaska, Washington, Oregon or Idaho. 

Alaska Air New Service Seattle – JFK + Double Miles

Alaska Air New Service Seattle - JFK + Double Miles!

To celebrate new JFK service, Alaska is offering fares starting at $149 one-way.* Tickets must be purchased by March 16 and travel completed by Nov. 18, 2015. The airline also is offering members of its Mileage Plan double miles on flights between Seattle and JFK between Sept. 16 and Oct. 28, 2015.** To qualify, travelers must be members of Alaska Airlines’ Mileage Plan and register at www.alaskaair.com. Customers who have not yet joined Mileage Plan can enroll at no cost online.

*General terms and conditions for the introductory fares: Fares include all taxes and fees. Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights or all days. A ticket purchased at an Alaska Airlines airport location or through a reservation call center will cost $15 more per person than the advertised fare. Tickets are nonrefundable. Applicable fare and tax differences apply to any changes made after ticketing. A $125 (USD) change fee per person applies to any changes made within 60-days of ticketed travel. All fares, taxes and fees shown are based on one-way travel. Additional U.S. taxes may apply to itineraries involving a U.S. stopover lasting more than 12 hours. Bag fees apply for checked baggage. See checked baggage policy at www.alaskaair.com for more details. Fares are subject to change without notice. Other restrictions —blackout dates, day of week restrictions, schedule availability, change fees and advance purchase requirements — may apply. Visit www.alaskaair.com or call Alaska Airlines’ Reservations at 1-800-252-7522 for complete fare rules and fees.

**Double Miles Terms & Conditions: Limited time offer: Double Miles for Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan members who fly a qualifying nonstop between Seattle (SEA) and New York (JFK) between Sept. 16, 2015 and Oct. 28, 2015. Member must register for the promotion at www.alaskaair.com before the first qualifying flight. Flight must be marketed by Alaska Airlines and operated by Alaska Airlines, Horizon Air, or SkyWest. Mileage for both qualifying flights must be credited to a member’s Mileage Plan™ account. Not valid on free or award travel. Double Miles do not count towards Mileage Plan™ Elite Status. Double Miles will be awarded within four to six weeks of meeting the promotion’s qualifications. All terms and conditions of the Mileage Plan™ program apply. Offer subject to change without notice.

Alaska Air New Service Seattle - JFK + Double Miles!

Bottom Line

Alaska Airlines, is launching daily nonstop service from Seattle to New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport starting Sept. 16. You can get fares from $149 one-way.* Tickets must be purchased by March 16 and travel completed by Nov. 18, 2015. Alaska Airlines is also offering members of its Mileage Plan double miles on flights between Seattle and JFK between Sept. 16 and Oct. 28, 2015. You have to register for this promotion.

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Comments

  1. If Alaska truly wants to compete with Delta on longer transcon routes, it needs to add flatbed seating. This would probably mean acquiring 757s, which I’m not sure Alaska is in a position to do at this point.

    Is it possible to outfit 737s with flatbeds?

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