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New airlines for Seatac: Aer Lingus; Air France; Aeromexico

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Old Nov 17, 17, 6:18 pm
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New airlines for Seatac: Aer Lingus; Air France; Aeromexico

Aer Lingus will begin a nonstop to Dublin, beginning in May 2018.
The service will run four times a week, with flights scheduled to depart Seatac at 7:20 p.m.
https://www.seattletimes.com/busines...n-in-may-2018/

Aeromexico and Air France also recently announced nonstops from Seatac.
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Old Aug 6, 18, 2:48 pm
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And Cathay Pacific will now start Seattle-Hong Kong non-stops beginning in April 2019.
(Delta will end its flights on the same route in October 2018.)

https://www.forbes.com/sites/ericros.../#21ee7bed3279
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And Cathay Pacific will now start Seattle-Hong Kong non-stops beginning in April 2019.
Could have sworn that had its own thread .... must be another forum, can't find it in PNW.

And of course AF and AM make sense with DL having a hub in SEA.
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AF and AM make sense with DL having a hub in SEA.
And Cathay Pacific is a partner with Alaska.
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Originally Posted by EmailKid View Post
Could have sworn that had its own thread .... must be another forum, can't find it in PNW.

And of course AF and AM make sense with DL having a hub in SEA.
Originally Posted by muji View Post
And Cathay Pacific is a partner with Alaska.
Ah yes, must be where I saw it
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Old Aug 11, 18, 1:43 pm
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Originally Posted by EmailKid View Post
Could have sworn that had its own thread .... must be another forum, can't find it in PNW.

And of course AF and AM make sense with DL having a hub in SEA.

there has bern another thread here on the gain and loss of international travel.
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Old Sep 28, 18, 9:02 pm
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And now JAL.

"Japan Airlines will launch daily nonstop service between Seattle and Tokyo (Narita) starting March 31, 2019 with the Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner."

https://www.ar.jal.co.jp/arl/en/sea/
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And now SQ

Singapore Airlines will start nonstop SIN-SEA service next September. Alaska will provide connecting services onward.

Wow.

Looks like Delta is in the crosshairs of everybody on Seattle - Asia routes.
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Old Nov 3, 18, 12:30 pm
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Originally Posted by djp98374 View Post
there has been another thread here on the gain and loss of international travel.
It is here: Former International Service from Seattle
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Singapore Airlines will start nonstop SIN-SEA service next September. Alaska will provide connecting services onward.

Wow.

Looks like Delta is in the crosshairs of everybody on Seattle - Asia routes.
Now if only AS will finish working on being able to redeem MileagePlan miles on Singapore (well, and Aer Lingus) that'll make for a nice reward option. Though at 16 hours, I'd certainly need to psych myself up for that, even in J or F.
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Originally Posted by RaginPlainsman View Post
Now if only AS will finish working on being able to redeem MileagePlan miles on Singapore (well, and Aer Lingus) that'll make for a nice reward option. Though at 16 hours, I'd certainly need to psych myself up for that, even in J or F.
Did the even longer LAX-SIN-LAX in J on UA, and even with UA's mediocre soft product found it OK. My friend's u/g request didn't clear and flew SIN-SFO in coach and lived to tell about it, though he grumbled a lot.
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