Fly NPA (Northern Pacific Airways) is a new long-haul airline in Alaska, United States. It's a subsidiary airline of Ravn Alaska — a regional airline in Alaska. Northern Pacific Airways will be looking to operate the long-haul routes. Northern Pacific Airways is looking to potentially launch operations by Summer 2022.
Operating from its base at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, Anchorage, Fly NPA will provide travellers with a new way to Asia. The airline will fly internationally and connect the East and West of the US with Asia. Through Anchorage, Alaska, the airline plans to serve cities in the states of New York, Florida, California, Texas, and Nevada, with flights to cities in Japan and Korea.
In January 2022, Northern Pacific unveiled its first Boeing 757-200 in its livery. The airline has plans to expand its fleet further, including 6 former American Airlines Boeing 757-200 aircraft, to have 12 aircraft by launch.
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Fly NPA will operate a number of routes connecting cities in the US to Asia. All routes will go to or from Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, Anchorage. The airline will serve cities in the states of New York, Florida, California, Texas, and Nevada, with flights to cities in Japan and Korea. The following destinations have been highlighted by the airline:
|United States||Anchorage||ANC||Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport|
|United States||San Fransico||SFO||San Francisco International Airport|
|United States||Los Angeles||LAX||Los Angeles International Airport|
|United States||Las Vegas||LAS||McCarran International Airport|
|United States||Orlando||MCO||Orlando International Airport|
|United States||New York||JFK||John F Kennedy International Airport|
|Japan||Tokyo||NRT||Narita International Airport|
|South Korea||Incheon||ICN||Incheon International Airport|
Carry on baggage must fit within the overhead lockers or under the seat and it must not contain any prohibited items including any fluid exceeding 100ml. Any containers containing fluid must be placed in a plastic bag for security check.
Baggage not allowed onboard will be asked to be transported as checked baggage.
Checked baggage allowance will be published closer to the airline launch.
Checked baggage must not exceed 32kg or the airline would not accept the baggage as checked baggage due to international health and safety regulations. Oversized baggage would be charged extra and it's subject to availability.
Details for online check-in isn't currently available.
Passengers are recommended to check-in online as it'd save time from checking in at the airport. Boarding passes may be received once online check-in is completed.
Airport check-in deadline has yet to be announced by the airline. It's expected to be published closer to the airline launch.
Passengers should always leave plenty of time for airport check-in to avoid any delays. Check-in will not be accepted after the check-in deadline and the passenger may lose their ticket.
As a general rule, we recommend passengers arrive at the airport two hours prior to the check-in deadline. Passengers should report to the airline check-in counters as soon as they arrive at the airport. It's also necessary that travellers check they have all the relevant travel documents with them when travelling.
More information regarding the onboard experience for passengers has yet to be announced. However, it is likely that the airline will offer a standard 'Economy' cabin class. Passengers can expect a unified and premium onboard experience. The airline may offer a ticket fare options, which offer different levels of ticket flexibility, including whether the booking can be changed or refunded.
It is likely that the airline will offer an upgrade option on its long-haul flights, in the form of a premium and/or business class cabin. More information has yet to be announced.
North Pacific Airways has yet to establish a frequent flyer programme.
North Pacific Airways isn't part of an airline alliance and it's unclear whether they would be a member of an airline alliance.
Northern Pacific Airways is planning to operate with a fleet of Boeing 757s, which can seat about 200 passengers. These are popular long-haul aircraft capable of flying to destinations in North America as well as Asia and have a proven performance in efficiency, range and maintenance.
Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC) is an international airport near downtown Anchorage, Alaska. The airport serves around five million passengers every year, three runways and two passenger terminals are available to accommodate the demand for the airport.
Northern Pacific Airways will be one of the many airlines that base at the airport and will offer customers primary access, including leveraging the departure and arrival gates of the international terminal.
Other airlines operating at the airport include Alaska Airlines, Air Canada, American Airlines, Delta Airlines, Grant Aviation, Ravn Alaska, Reeve Air Alaska, Sun Country Airlines, United Airlines and many more.
The following airlines also operate long-haul flights from the US:
Northern Pacific Airways, also referred to as ‘Fly NPA’ or simply ‘Northern Pacific’. The airline’s Northern route boasts an innovative way of connecting the East and West states of the US to Asia through Anchorage, Alaska.
Fly NPA has yet to launch so it is not yet possible to book flights with this airline. In the meantime, the following airlines also operate flights from the US to Asia: American Airlines, Air China, United, Air Asia, All Nippon Airlines (ANA), Japan Airlines (JAL), Malaysian Airlines, Singapore Airlines and Cathay Pacific.
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