Alaska Airlines Launches Nine New Flights from the West Coast

Alaska Airlines Launches Nine New Flights from the West Coast
Photo Credit: Thomas Saunders/AviationSource

Alaska Airlines has today announced the launch of nine new flights from the West Coast, with some launched today and some launching tomorrow.

Using their Boeing 737 and Embraer E175 aircraft for these routes, this represents a significant expansion over the Winter season.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Alaska Airlines Launches Nine New Flights from the West Coast…

Alaska Airlines Launches Nine New Flights from the West Coast
Photo Credit: Thomas Saunders/AviationSource

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Alaska Airlines is or will be launching the following nine routes from the West Coast, with some being year-round and some being seasonal:

RouteStart DateEnd DateFrequencyAircraft
Los Angeles-Guatemala CityDec. 14Year-roundDaily737
Los Angeles-NassauDec. 15Year-round4x weekly until
April 15 then
1x weekly
Seattle-NassauDec. 15April 14, 20243x weekly737
Las Vegas-San Luis ObispoDec. 14April 15, 2024DailyE175
Las Vegas-Puerto VallartaDec. 14April 14, 20244x weeklyE175
Las Vegas-Cabo San LucasDec. 15April 15, 20244x weeklyE175
Palm Springs-New York JFKDec. 14May 15, 2024Daily737
Orange County-BozemanDec. 14April 15, 2024DailyE175
Orange County-TucsonDec. 14April 15, 2024DailyE175

Commenting on this further was Kirsten Amrine, vice president of revenue management and network planning for Alaska Airlines:

“There’s something for everyone in our roster of new flights – from amazing beaches to snowy mountains, big city buzz to tranquil deserts”.

“We’re also now flying our guests to countries we’ve never served before as we increase our international service. The Bahamas off the coast of South Florida offer pristine islands and turquoise waters, and Guatemala in Central America excites with adventure, history and culture.”

All eyes will be on how well these new routes on the West Coast perform from Alaska Airlines, as well as whether there is scope to expand this going into the Summer season next year.

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