Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 to fly out of Santa Barbara Airport for first time

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - Beginning on Sunday, August 27, flyers will be able to board an Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 for a direct flight to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport at the Santa Barbara Airport.

This will mark the first time Alaska Airlines will serve the Santa Barbara Airport with a Boeing aircraft since the carrier began service in 2003.

“The passenger demand is here in Santa Barbara and our carriers are recognizing the truly different departure experience we offer compared to larger airports,” said Deanna Zachrisson. “Not only is SBA one of the easiest and most convenient outbound airports in the region, we continue to build upon capacity, travel and pricing options for local residents.”

The flight will depart daily from Santa Barbara at 3:35 p.m. with fares in September that start as low as $114 dollars each way, according to Santa Barbara Airport officials. Bon Voyage! 

The Santa Barbara Airport and Alaska Airlines are giving away tickets to celebrate this occasion. To enter the giveaway, simply visit The giveaway will not stay active forever.

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