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Routes: Fare sales with Alaska and Southwest, Seattle Seahawks football season promos, more

Seattle Post-Intelligencer logo Seattle Post-Intelligencer 9/14/2021 Lori A May, Special to the Seattle P I

Planning your leisure travel for this fall and winter?

With new offers from Alaska Airlines and Southwest this week, it's a great time to book flights from Seattle. Plus, with football season officially on the calendar, both Alaska Airlines and Delta are celebrating the Seahawks. 

Keep reading to discover the latest airline news for the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

Alaska sale on Hawaii travel, new Russell Wilson livery, early boarding for guests wearing Wilson jerseys

Alaska wants guests to lei their eyes on $149 fares with a 3-day Hawaii sale. Guests must book by 11:59 p.m. (PST) on September 16 to benefit from one-way fares starting at $149.

Fares are applicable on airfare between September 28 and March 10, 2022, with a 14-day advance purchase requirement. Sale fares apply to travel Mondays through Thursdays. Seattle routes include $149 deals to Honolulu (HNL), Kauai (LIH), Kona (KOA) and Maui (OGG).

Passengers at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport will also want to keep an eye out for a new Russell Wilson aircraft. This is the fourth Russell Wilson livery from Alaska Airlines, and the latest design features a larger-than-life Wilson.

“We’re proud to honor the passion and dedication of our Chief Football Officer with this special aircraft, and we’re excited to see him soar all season long,” said Sangita Woerner, senior vice president of marketing and guest experience for Alaska Airlines.

Seattle (SEA) and Everett (PAE) passengers who want to score early boarding passes this football season can do so by wearing a Russell Wilson No. 3 jersey or a limited edition Alaska's Russell Wilson shirt (available from the Alaska Company Store). The promo, in celebration of Chief Football Officer Russell Wilson's 2021 season, allows guests sporting the fan gear early boarding for all Seattle and Everett departing flights for the duration of the football season. 

"This early boarding experience is a great way to cheer on our beloved Chief Football Officer Russell Wilson," said Woerner. "We can't wait to see all of the No. 3 jerseys at Sea-Tac and Paine Field this upcoming football season." 

Delta boosts miles for Seahawks fans

Delta has again launched their 12 Status promotion, offering a mile earned for every Seahawks passing yard this season. Guests will need to sign up at 12status.com to earn these bonus miles and qualify for additional giveaways.

Once registered, guests will earn a bonus mile for every yard the Seahawks throw this season at both home and away games. No purchase is necessary, but registration is required for the new season.

Hawaiian Airlines launches new in-flight video

Hawaiian Airlines is debuting a new in-flight video to help educate passengers on responsible travel while visiting the islands. The 5-minute Travel Pono video features five Hawaiian Airlines crewmembers including a firefighter, volunteers for search and rescue operations and marine mammal protection, along with a cultural practitioner.

“We’ve served as Hawaii’s hometown carrier for over nine decades, and as residents of this special place, we are proud to welcome our guests with valuable information that will enrich their experience on the islands while helping protect Hawaii’s natural resources and our way of life,” said Avi Mannis, senior vice president of marketing at Hawaiian Airlines.

In the new video, crewmembers share tips for ocean and hiking safety, conservation efforts, and cultural and community best practices.

Southwest fares as low as $59

Book by September 27 to take advantage of Southwest’s latest deals with one-way fares as low as $59. A 21-day advance purchase is required, with applicable travel dates through December 2021. Sale fares apply to flights on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Sample Seattle (SEA) fares include $59 one-way to Oakland (OAK), $64 one-way to Los Angeles (LAX) and $72 one-way to Phoenix (PHX).

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