On Tuesday, Seattle-based carrier, Alaska Airlines, announced three new routes, with none coming from their main hubs: Seattle, Portland, and Anchorage. Two of the three routes will be out of Los Angeles International Airport in California and the third will be out of Boise International Airport.
The three routes will be operated by Alaska’s regional carrier Horizon Airlines on the Bombardier Q400 which seats 76 passengers. Horizon offers free soft drinks and Starbucks coffee to all passengers onboard. Additionally, they offer complimentary Northwest wine and microbrews to all passengers over the age of 21.
Out of Los Angeles, routes to Monterey, California and to Gunnison/Crested Butte, Colorado, will be added. The route to Monterey will begin on November 5, 2015 and the route to Colorado will begin on December 16, 2015 and will operate on a seasonal basis. Out of Boise, flights will be added to Reno, Nevada starting on November 5.
In a press release from the airline, John Kirby, Alaska’s vice president of capacity planning stated, “We continue to invest in our Los Angeles focus city and in expanding our regional network. These flights will connect key cities in California, Idaho and Nevada, not to mention offer a thrilling new ski destination for our costumers in Southern California.”
|Start Date||City pair||Departs||Arrives||Frequency|
|November 5||Los Angeles-Monterey||7:40 pm||9:05 pm||Daily|
|November 6||Monterey-Los Angeles||6:00 am||7:18 am||Daily|
|Dec. 16-30||Los Angeles-Gunnison||9:30 am||12:55 pm||Wednesday|
|Dec. 16-30||Gunnison-Los Angeles||1:35 pm||3:10 pm||Wednesday|
|Dec. 19-Jan. 2||Los Angeles-Gunnison||1:15 pm||4:40 pm||Saturday|
|Dec. 19-Jan. 2||Gunnison-Los Angeles||5:20 pm||6:55 pm||Saturday|
|Jan.6–March 26||Los Angeles-Gunnison||1:15 pm||4:40 pm||Wednesday, Saturday|
|Jan.6–March 26||Gunnison-Los Angeles||5:20 pm||6:55 pm||Wednesday, Saturday|
|November 5||Boise-Reno||6:15 pm||6:44 pm||Daily|
|November 5||Reno-Boise||4:35 pm||6:55 pm||Daily|
In other news, Alaska also announced they would grow their Los Angeles to Loreto, Mexico flights starting on November 1st. The flight, currently operated by the Q400 aircraft, will be operated on a Thursday to Sunday basis operated by 737s.
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