A UPS Boeing 747 lands to the south at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport as viewed from Point Woronzof on Tuesday, April 26, 2016. (Bill Roth / Alaska Dispatch News)

Spring travel season is here – that means airlines are beefing up their flight schedules

In Press by scott

Even though there’s fresh snow on the ground, spring has sprung in airline-land. That means the aircraft scheduling department is working overtime to line up additional summertime flights. Since 2017 is projected to be a banner year for travel to Alaska, there will be more flights in the air hauling more passengers.

Of course, more flights does not automatically equal better deals. But there will be some great deals on select routes. There are more options for travelers for interstate jet travel, whether you’re using miles, points or cash to get your tickets.

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