Alaska Airlines said it has begun nonstop service between Nashville and Seattle, increasing the number of nonstop destinations from its Seattle hub to 84, twice as many as Alaska´s nearest competitor.
“Our new nonstop flight between Seattle and Nashville connects two of the country´s largest and most popular music capitals,” said John Kirby, the airline´s vice president of capacity planning. “Loyal Pacific Northwest customers will enjoy our convenient schedule, and our new Nashville customers will appreciate our great service, complimentary assigned seats and our premium cabin experience.”
Alaska is operating the new flights with fuel-efficient, next generation Boeing 737 aircraft. Customers can enjoy free entertainment on their own devices and power at every seat, as well as Northwest-inspired food and beverages, such as Beecher´s Flagship cheese and exclusively blended Canoe Ridge wine.
Alaska Airlines, a subsidiary of Alaska Air Group (NYSE: ALK), together with its partner regional airlines, serves more than 100 cities through an expansive network in the United States, Canada and Mexico.