Oh, the Places You Can Go with Alaska Airlines Nonstop Service From Everett
Feeling like a weekend in Las Vegas? Want to hit the links in Palm Springs or Phoenix? How about taking the family to the Happiest Place on Earth? Alaska Airlines can get you there nonstop from Paine Field-Snohomish County Airport in Everett- Western Washington’s newest, most convenient airport.
Alaska operates 18 peak, day departures from Everett-which includes four daily nonstops to San Francisco, one of our key hubs that is the center of Bay Area business travel. In addition to the Bay Area, we fly to Anchorage, Boise, Las Vegas, Orange County, Palm Springs (seasonal service resumes Nov. 18), Phoenix, San Diego, Spokane, and Tucson (seasonal service resumes April 18.) Check alaskaair.com for the latest flight schedules.
Our guests love the convenience of flying out of Everett. Like stepping back in time, the terminal feels luxurious, warm and uncrowded – not words used to describe most airports.
Members of our Mileage Plan program enjoy the same benefits as flying out of big airports with our fleet of 737s and El 75 jets that offer First, Premium and main cabin classes of service. And we have the same low fares with our popular Saver fares as an option. Saver fares have limited seat choice and no flight changes while providing main cabin benefits like comfortable seats and a free carry-on.
The sky really is the limit from Everett. Our guests can connect with our one world global alliance partner airlines at our gateway airport in San Francisco to fly to destinations around the world.
The airport in Everett, originally constructed in 1936, hadn’t hosted regularly scheduled commercial flights in the modern era until Alaska Airlines came in. Working with community leaders and airport operator, Propeller Airports, we helped turn the first shovelful of dirt on the new terminal building in 2017 and flights began in 2019.
Over a million travelers passed through the airport in its first year. After a drawdown of flights during the pandemic, we’ve reinstated our peak, day departures and couldn’t be happier to welcome our guests on board again.
We’re committed to growing our service in Everett to give our Mileage Plan travelers in North Seattle and Snohomish County a great alternative.
And for visitors flying into the Seattle area, Everett is a great choice. Its location to the north provides a gateway to the best of Northwest recreation, as well as to major attractions including the Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing tour, Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum and Imagine Children’s Museum – all in Everett.
BACK TO THE FUTURE
While Paine Field-Snohomish County Airport is something new for our travelers, it’s rather nostalgic for us. In the late 1940s, Alaska Airlines had its corporate office and maintenance facilities at Paine Field in Everett. Some of our retired maintenance employees have fond memories of strapping on their tool belts and starting their careers for Alaska working there.
Besides being host to the airport, Everett is home to Boeing and many aviation-related businesses, including ZeroAvia, a new partner of Alaska Airlines. We’re working with ZeroAvia in the development of technology to retrofit regional aircraft as zero emissions planes using hybrid hydrogen-electric powertrain technology.
It’s all part of our mission to reduce our impact on the environment and be better stewards in the communities where we fly.
It’s also a bit of mixing the old with the new – as we weave our historical past into our future at Everett’s Paine Field.
We look forward to seeing you on board.