This photo provided by Alaska Airlines shows Horizon Air's Embraer E175 in Paine Field in Washington, Washington. (Photo: Alaska Airlines)

By mid-February, commercial airline flights will be made at Paine Field in Everett, Washington.

Alaska Airlines has announced that its flights will start on February 11th when an 18-day round-trip flight between Everett and eight West Coast cities is scheduled. Tickets will now be available on sales routes and will have discounted prices for one-way for $ 39.

Although Paine Field has a ssembly line and some general aviation flights, it has been decades since the airport had last regular commercial passenger service.

However, two airlines – Alaska Airlines and United – announced plans to start flights after a new passenger terminal was built last year. Southwest was third, saying it will fly from Paine Field earlier this year, but the low-cost giant said on Thursday that it had changed its mind and would transfer its homes to Alaska.

Alaska, which changed this heart in the southwest, launched its plans for Paine Field from its 13th to 18th. Alaska's Everett targets will be Las Vegas; Los Angeles; Orange County, California; Phoenix; Portland, Oregon; San Diego; San Francisco; and San Jose, California.

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Alaska Airlines frequent fly-flyers can register to win a double mile on the Paine Field routes for travel by March 31st. Everett Alaska flights will be on the 76 seat Embraer E175 jets operated regional partner Horizon Air.

"We have been honored with the opening of a new commercial airport as part of this historic moment," said Andrew Harrison, head of Alaska Airways chief operating officer. Said. "Providing new service from Paine Field and expanding our guests at major locations, including Global Partners' major international centers, emphasizes the strong growth in our region and the developing West Coast."

Propeller Airports 'CEO Brett Smith, the company that developed the new terminal, praised Alaska Airlines' announcement of the program.

Dönüş Alaska Airlines flew from Paine Field in the years 1940 and 50, heyecan Smith said in an airline statement. Smith We're excited about the airline's return to Everett. Havayol Said. "We are ready to join Alaska to provide our guests with excellent service."

United announcing Everett's intentions last year has not yet laid out a start date for its planned service. In the autumn of 2019, he said he hopes to begin the six-day flight schedule between Denver and San Francisco hubs.

The regular airline service movement to Everett is part of the region's rapidly growing Seattle-Tacoma International's effort to make it a secondary airport for Seattle, where it has organized a number of passenger registrations in recent years.

Flights to Everett will probably have the biggest attraction to those living in the north of Seattle. Sea-Tac airport is located approximately 15 miles to the south of Seattle city center and must travel through the frequently clogged north-south arteries of vehicles from the north of the city.

Paine Field, however, is about 25 miles north of Seattle. Traffic to the airport from the northern areas of Seattle has been less prone to congestion.

Alaska Airlines operates the busiest center in Sea-Tac, the central and busiest center in Seattle.

However, in Everett's statement, Alaska has launched Paine Field as a new option for its larger customer base in larger Seattle.

Alaska Airlines, "More than a million travelers in Seattle in the north, will enjoy a shorter trip to Paine Field than to go south from Sea-Tac Airport." Said.

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