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Travel Tuesday: Summer steals

By Daybreak Staff 10:29 AM June 3, 2014

Statewide low fares

Anchorage-Seattle, as low as $242rt departing July 4 (Delta Air Lines)

Anchorage-San Diego as low as $380rt starting June 26 (Alaska Air)

Anchorage-Los Angeles as low as $348rt starting June 24 (Alaska Air)

Fairbanks-Los Angeles from $417rt starting July 1 (Delta Air Lines)

Fairbanks-Seattle from $244 starting June 16 (Delta Air Lines)

Fairbanks-Portland from $398rt starting June  24 (Alaska Air)

Juneau – Seattle from $244rt on Alaska and Delta, starting June 16

Juneau-Los Angeles/LAX $390rt starting June 28 (Delta Air Lines)

Juneau-San Diego $390rt starting June 24 (Delta Air Lines)

Juneau-Salt Lake City $385rt starting  June 25 (Delta Air Lines)

 

International travel

Anchorage-Frankfurt from $907rt nonstop June 7-24 or $932rt June 17-24 on Condor

Anchorage-Keflavik (Reykjavik) Jun 12-July 2 from $852rt on Icelandair

 

Airfare 911

Fairbanks-Denver nonstop on Frontier Airlines, as low as $298rt leaving June 16, returning June 3.

Anchorage-Boston starting Sept. 21, from $374rt on United.

Anchorage-New York/JFK from $420rt on Delta starts Sept. 8.

Anchorage-Las Vegas on Alaska Air starting $379rt Sept 7-Oct 5 (Club 49)

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