New York, Anchorage & More: Northern Pacific’s Next Routes

New York, Anchorage & More: Northern Pacific's Next Routes
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Courtesy of @IshrionA on Twitter, Northern Pacific Airways is looking to add its next round of destinations that include New York and its eventual base of Anchorage.

The full four routes that are wanted to be added by the carrier are:

  • New York Newark.
  • Orlando.
  • Oakland.
  • Anchorage.

The provider of route news has also said that the recruitment process for captains of the Boeing 757 have begun.

New York, Anchorage & Other Routes Shows The Initial Progression for Northern Pacific…


New York, Anchorage & More: Northern Pacific's Next Routes
Photo Credit: Northern Pacific Airways.

Such route progression in the Northern Pacific Airways umbrella to the likes of New York, Anchorage, Oakland and Florida comes as no surprise following the successes of its inaugural flight out of Ontario.

Northern Pacific Airways was first revealed to the world in August 2021. Their CEO, Rob McKinney, is also the CEO of Ravn Alaska, which is also the sister airline of Northern Pacific.

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The airline is initially using Boeing 757 aircraft. They’ve acquired six former American Airlines airframes, with plans to acquire another six prior to launch.

Northern Pacific plans to use Anchorage as its main hub. Their flight model is similar to Icelandair, in that passengers would fly from somewhere in the USA to Anchorage, and connect onto a flight to Asia.

It is also hoped that passengers would stay for a few days in Alaska on their stopover, using Ravn Alaska’s route network to explore the region.

Their initial route network is expected to include Tokyo, Japan, and Seoul, South Korea in Asia.

For the USA, alongside Anchorage, the airline hopes to serve Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Las Vegas, and Orlando. Oakland is a new element to come within this.

Overall, this is an exciting step for the carrier, and all eyes will be on them when the official announcements are made!

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