Alaska Airlines to Cut Multiple California Routes

By Anna Breuer on 3 April 2018
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DSC_0399Alaska Airlines said Tuesday it plans to discontinue several routes from San Francisco and Southern California.

The airline, which is seeking to optimize its network following its acquisition of Virgin America, will eliminate five routes from San Francisco including non-stops to Denver, Fort Lauderdale, Minneapolis/St. Paul, and Mexico City later this spring.

The airline will also reduce the frequency on its San Francisco-Chicago O’Hare non-stop to just once a day in each direction.

Two additional routes, Los Angeles-Orlando and San Diego-Mexico City, will be discontinued. Earlier this year the airline discontinued flights from Los Angeles to both Havana and Cancun.

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