Review: Alaska Airlines Q400, Vancouver – Seattle

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Review: Alaska Airlines, Q400, Vancouver – Seattle

We headed down to the gate at about T-40. Today’s flight was leaving from the prop wing at YVR. We passed by the abysmal looking Euro Café – so funny as no self suspecting European would likely be caught dead here.

In keeping with the Alaska tradition of boarding flights early, the flight was already boarding Group A by the time we arrived.

Alaska Airlines
AS 2269 – Economy Class (W)
YVR-SEA (Vancouver International Airport – Seattle Tacoma International Airport)
Aug 31, 2018
09:45 AM – 10:47 AM
Booked: Q400
Flown: Q400 

I have a recycled photograph of the seat here. It was standard Q400 seating which isn’t all to exciting. There was no beverage or other service was offered on our 26 minute flight. At least the scenery was decent. It was over before we knew it.

We disembarked at gate C 2 and were in the terminal before we knew it.


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