Alaska Airlines will begin daily service to Anchorage from Everett, Wash., on Nov. 30. 

The flights will augment the carrier’s more than a dozen daily flights to the largest city in Alaska from its base at Seattle-Tacoma airport, 35 miles to the south of Everett’s Paine Field. 

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With the launch, Alaska will fly to nine destinations from Paine Field, Cirium flight schedule data shows. Alaska is the lone commercial operator at Paine Field, with the exception of regional propeller and seaplane carrier Kenmore Air.

Delta is the other airline flying to Anchorage from the Seattle metroplex, with approximately four daily flights from Seattle-Tacoma.

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