Alaska Airlines Adds 12 New Destinations From Los Angeles International Airport for 2020
Alaska Airlines announced on Thursday the addition of 12 new destinations from Los Angeles International Airport including the first nonstop flights between the West Coast and Fort Myers/Naples in Florida as well as service to Hawaii, Montana and Oregon.
Today (July 16, 2020), Alaska Airlines announced the addition of 12 new destinations from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) for 2020 including destinations in Florida, Hawaii, Montana and Oregon. The flight additions will include the first nonstop service from the West Coast to Fort Myers/Naples (RSW) in Florida from both LAX and Seattle-Tacoma (SEA). The new routes will connect Alaska’s guests in Southern California to popular destinations including Fort Myers and Tampa (Florida), Kona and Lihue (Hawai’i), Bozeman (Montana) and Eugene and Medford (Oregon). Service for the Oregon Markets will commence on October 1st, with the remaining routes launching between November 20th and December 18, 2020. This year, Alaska Airlines has added 12 new routes from LAX and will offer a total of 35 nonstop destinations from LAX this winter with one-way fares starting as low as $39. In Thursday’s announcement, Alaska Airlines’ Managing Director of Capacity Planning and Alliances, Brett Catlin said,
“LAX is one of Alaska’s important hub markets and continues to offer valuable opportunities for selective expansion. The addition of these 12 new routes from LAX along with our upcoming membership in the oneworld alliance sets the stage for future growth.”
This November, Alaska is also launching new service from other West Coast airports including flights between Seattle and Fort Myers and service to Fort Lauderdale from Portland and San Diego, complementing existing service to FLL from Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles. For the winter 2020 season, Alaska Airlines will operate 14 routes between the West Coast and Florida.
Alaska Airlines and their regional partners serve over 115 destinations in the United States and North America, providing essential service for their guests and critical cargo shipments. The carrier has hubs in Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland and Anchorage and is known for low fares, excellent service and sustainability efforts. The award-winning airline serves over 47 million guests annually and has been named “Highest in Customer Satisfaction Among Traditional Carriers in North America” by J.D. Power for the last 12 years. Along with their Global Partners, Alaska Airlines’ guests can earn and redeem miles on flights to more than 800 global destinations.
Source: Alaska Airlines