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Alaska Airlines offers temporary reduced fares between Seattle-Portland after train accident, I-5 closure

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SEATTLE — Alaska Airlines announced Monday that it will dropping its fares between Seattle and Portland for two days in response to the deadly train crash and the closure of southbound I-5.

“We have dropped all fares for today and tomorrow,” Alaska Airlines said in a tweet. “We do have a hiccup on our website, but if you place in cart and checkout, the new lower prices will be there.”

Round-trip flights usually costing over $400 were being offered for about $190.

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