PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – There will be more non-stop services between Pittsburgh and Seattle.
Alaska Airlines will add a second daily flight starting on May 21 and continuing through Sept. 8.
This weekend @AlaskaAir announced it will add a second daily flight between Pittsburgh and Seattle, citing the “growing tech connection” between the two cities. The new flight will begin May 21 and run through Sept. 8. More here: https://t.co/TNV5hldBtY
— Pittsburgh International Airport (@PITairport) December 3, 2019
Alaska Airlines first launched the service 15 months ago and says it is capitalizing on the “growing tech connection” between Seattle and Western Pennsylvania.
The new flight will be red eye leaving Seattle at night and landing in Pittsburgh in the morning.