Northern Pacific Airways
Northern Pacific Airways (a sister company of Ravn Alaska) is a proposed low cost carrier to be based at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. The carrier plans to launch US-Asia services via Anchorage from Jan-2023.
RavnAir Alaska was deregistered and rebranded as Northern Pacific Airways in Jul-2021. Northern Pacific plans to expand its operating certificate to add Boeing 757 aircraft with ETOPS approval and international authority. The airline aims to operate services to Tokyo, Seoul and Osaka and domestically will fly to Orlando, Newark, Las Vegas, Oakland and Ontario.
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