Allegiant Airlines will be adding new non-stop service between Bellingham International Airport and Anchorage, Alaska, this spring, the airline announced today. The year-round service to Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport will operate on Wednesdays and Saturdays. One-way fares are beginning as low as $59.
“The working waterfront and many of our local businesses have strong economic ties to Alaska” Rob Fix, executive director for the Port of Bellingham, said in a release. “Non-stop air service between Bellingham and Anchorage will serve our business community well and provide recreational travelers with a convenient and affordable option to explore one of the most spectacular tourist destinations in the world.”
Currently, Allegiant offers nonstop service year-round from Bellingham to Las Vegas; Los Angeles; Oakland, California; Palm Springs, California; Phoenix; San Diego and Tucson, Arizona, and seasonal service to Denver and Hawaii.
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