An artist’s rendering of the interior of the planned passenger terminal at Paine Field in Everett. (Propeller Airports)

An artist’s rendering of the interior of the planned passenger terminal at Paine Field in Everett. (Propeller Airports)

Alaska Airlines to announce Paine Field destinations Tuesday

The Snohomish County airport’s passenger terminal is slated to see flights this fall.

EVERETT — Alaska Airlines on Tuesday plans to announce the routes it intends to fly out of the new Paine Field passenger terminal that’s under construction and expected to open this fall.

Last spring, the Seattle-based carrier announced plans for nine flights per day out of Everett. The airline’s executives, at the time, said they couldn’t disclose destinations until early 2018.

Over the summer, United Airlines said it would serve Paine Field with six daily flights to San Francisco and Denver.

Under those plans, the two carriers would max out the two-gate terminal’s capacity.

Terminal construction is scheduled to finish in July with service starting in September. The 27,000-square-foot facility sits between Paine Field’s administrative offices and the airport control tower. The project is being carried out by Propeller Airports, which hired Denver-based Fentress Architects to design it and Fisher Construction Group of Burlington to build it. Propeller has been based in New York but plans to establish a headquarters in Everett.

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