Alaska Airlines is a major airline of the United States operating from its hubs in Seattle, Portland, and Anchorage. Together with its regional operator Horizon Airline, the Air Route Map of Alaska is focused along the West Coast and Alaska. In addition to other routes across the country and onwards to Mexico and Canada.
Alaska Air Group serves more than 115 destinations with nearly 1,200 daily flights in the United States, Mexico, Canada, and Costa Rica. This includes markets flown by Horizon Air, SkyWest Airlines, and PenAir. It provides feed traffic to Alaska Airlines under capacity purchase agreements.
With West Coast hubs in Seattle; Portland, Oregon; Anchorage, Alaska; San Francisco, and Los Angeles; Alaska calls Seattle home. Alaska Air Group offers more flights to more destinations from the West Coast than any other airline.
Alaska Location Map
The Alaska was the only airline to fly from Havana, Cuba to the west coast of the United States with a flight to Los Angeles, California which started in 2017. However, the route was quickly discontinued. Beginning in 1991, Alaska Airlines operated weekly service to cities in Eastern Russia from Anchorage, Alaska. After the Russian financial crisis in 1998, the service is canceled.