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Alaska Airlines to Launch Daily Nonstop Service Between Santa Rosa/Sonoma County and Las Vegas

Deepening their commitment to the San Francisco Bay Area, Alaska Airlines will Launch New year-round daily nonstop service between Santa Rosa/Sonoma County and Las Vegas starting October 1st, 2024. 


Alaska Airlines to Launch Direct Year-Round Service Between Santa Rosa/Sonoma County Airport and Las Vegas Starting October 1st, 2024 - Courtesy Alaska Airlines

On Thursday (March 21, 2024), Alaska Airlines announced the launch of new year-round daily nonstop service between Charles M. Schulz-Sonoma County Airport and Las Vegas (LAS).  Alaska has been Sonoma County Airport’s largest carrier since 2007, and now offers direct service to seven destinations.  By fall 2024, Alaska will offer 13 peak daily departures from the airport, including nonstop flights to Los Angeles, Burbank, Orange County, Seattle, Portland, San Diego and now, Las Vegas.


In Thursday’s announcement, Alaska Airlines’ VP – Network Planning and Revenue management, Kirsten Amrine, said,

 

“We feel a deep connection with Santa Rosa—Alaska became the first carrier to bring commercial service to Sonoma County Airport nearly two decades ago—and we’ve remained the largest airline at STS serving nearly 2 million guests since then.  As the only airline serving all four Bay Area airports, including Santa Rosa, San Francisco, San Jose and Oakland, we can’t wait to connect guests between Santa Rosa and Las Vegas and have them experience our premium, award-winning service.”

 

Also commenting on the new las Vegas Service, Sonoma County Airport’s Manager, Jon Stout, added,


“We are thrilled with the addition of service from Alaska Airlines to Las Vegas – this route signifies not only our commitment to providing convenient travel options, but also Alaska’s dedication to enhancing connectivity within our community.  With the expansion of Alaska’s options, we are not just opening up routes, we’re opening doors to new opportunities and experiences for our passengers.  We look forward to the success of this venture and the continued growth of our partnership with Alaska Airlines.”


Alaska guests traveling to Sonoma can take advantage of the carrier’s ‘Wine Flies Free’ program which debuted in 2007.  This allows customers to bring home their favorite bottles of wine from the region, as wineries are often unable to ship cases directly, or consumers are faced with costly transport fees.  The Wine Flies Free service offers each Mileage Plan member the ability to check an entire case of wine, up to 12 bottles, free of charge.  The new Sonoma-Las Vegas route will be serviced with a three cabin  Embraer E175 jet, featuring First, Premium and Economy Class cabins, hundreds of free movies and TV shows available for viewing on personal devices, free texting on most flights, and Wi-Fi connectivity for purchase.



Alaska Airlines and their regional partners serve over 120 destinations in the United States, Mexico, Canada, Costa Rica and Belize.  The sustainability-focused carrier emphasizes Next-Level Care for guests, while offering low fares and award-winning service.  Alaska has hubs in Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland and Anchorage.  The carrier is a member of the oneworld global alliance, and along with their additional partners, Alaska Airlines’ guests can earn and redeem miles on flights to more than 1,000 global destinations on over 20 airlines.  Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air are subsidiaries of the Alaska Air Group, Inc. (NYSE: ALK).


 

Source: Alaska Airlines 

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