Northern Pacific Airways announced September 9 that, effective upon approval of federal regulators, the company intends to operate under the name New Pacific Airlines.
The launch date is set for Northern Pacific Airways, but not out of Anchorage. The first route connects the Los Angeles area to Las Vegas.
Molly Bz Cookies of Eagle River reached an exclusive agreement to provide onboard treats for Northern Pacific Airways, doing business as Ravn Alaska.
Northern Pacific Airways won’t fly passengers until 2023, so a 757 jet visited the refurbished North Terminal at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport to prove the venture is still making progress.
Alaska’s newest airline has a sales pitch for residents of its home state: become part owner of the company for as little as $100.
Ravn Alaska’s plan for its frequent flyer miles to be traded and spent as cryptocurrency exists in the blurry border between transportation and finance.
To structure routes for its international spin-off Northern Pacific Airways, Ravn Alaska is partnering with Planitas, a specialist in airline revenue analytics.