Alaska Airlines to Introduce 7 New Routes from Los Angeles

By Kurt Stolz on 16 July 2020
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Alaska Airlines announced it would add seven brand new routes from Los Angeles International Airport in the coming months.

The list of new routes includes non-stop service to Florida, Hawaii, Montana, and Oregon, including the airline’s first non-stop service to Southwest Florida Airport, which services Fort Myers and Naples.

Alaska will start service from LAX to Eugene, Oregon, and Medford, Oregon, Ocotber 1, followed by flights to Bozeman, Montana, Fort Myers, and Tampa on November 20, and to Kona on December 17 and Lihue, on Kauai, December 18.

In addition to the aforementioned new flights, Alaska will also introduce new service linking Portland and Fort Lauderdale on November 20, Seattle and, and San Diego and Fort Lauderdale  and San Diego and Fort Lauderdale, both on November 21.

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