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Alaska Adds 18 New Routes

The airline is doubling down in point-to-point markets.

A Horizon Air E175 in Seattle (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Katie Zera)

Alaska Airlines is expanding its winter schedule with 18 new nonstop routes to various destinations across North America, Latin America, and the Caribbean, according to a company press release on Wednesday. Many of the 18 added routes are seasonal, including one brand-new destination.

“We’re thrilled to offer convenient connection for guests across our network with this expansion – whether checking destinations off their bucket lists or setting off to their favorite winter getaways; we’ve put together an exciting range of options from tropical destinations across Mexico to the most popular ski slopes in North America,” said Kirsten Amrine, vice president of network planning and revenue management at Alaska in a news release.

Alaska’s new winter routes (Photo: Alaska Airlines)

New Ski Destinations

  • Vail, Colo. (from San Diego and Seattle) – a new destination in Alaska’s network starting Dec. 20, 2024 operated by an Embraer E175
  • Kelowna, B.C. (from Los Angeles) – starting Dec. 19, 2024 on an Embraer E175
  • Reno, Nev. (from San Diego) – starting Dec. 19, 2024 on an Embraer E175

More Flights in Boise 

  • Boise, Idaho to Bozeman, Mont. – starting Dec. 19, 2024 on an Embraer E175
  • Boise, Idaho to Santa Ana – year-round service starting Dec. 19, 2024 on an Embraer E175
  • Boise, Idaho and Sacramento to Orlando – starting Jan. 7, 2025 and Jan. 6, 2025 respectively on a Boeing 737

Latin America Growth 

  • Liberia, Costa Rica (from San Francisco and Seattle) – starting Dec. 21, 2024 on a Boeing 737
  • Guadalajara, Mexico (from Fresno) – starting Dec. 3, 2024 on a Boeing 737
  • Los Cabos, Mexico (from Sacramento) – expanding presence with five weekly nonstop flights
  • Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (from St. Louis, Kansas City, and New York-JFK) – starting Jan. 25, 2025 and Jan. 8 respectively on a Boeing 737
  • Cancun (from Kansas City) – starting Jan. 18, 2025 on a Boeing 737

All routes will operate seasonally with the exception of Santa Ana to Boise. The carrier just recently added new service to La Paz and Monterrey, Mexico.

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