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Alaska Airlines Expands to Fly to New Destinations

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ALASKA — Alaska Airlines have announced that it will begin flying to the West Texas city. It will launch nonstop service to both Seattle and San Diego this winter.


Alaska Airlines opened its new service as a part of extending its presence along the West Coast. The airlines underwent major acquisition of San Francisco-based Virgin America. Nowadays, Alaska Airlines is considered as one of the top players in the West Coast.


Alaska is building its network from Seattle to battle the increasing competition from previous partner Delta that now turned to rival.


Alaska Airlines announced another new Seattle route in early September, revealing about its nonstop flights to Columbus, Ohio.


The airline is now very popular and gaining market share in California, including San Diego. The latter is now in great demand, hence a focus city for the carrier. The carrier has recently announced its new nonstop route between Seattle and El Paso. It is Alaska’ a 914st nonstop destination from Seattle. The authority believes that El Paso is a huge market that is not served well enough.


The carrier operates Embraer E175 jets with economic and premium seats. The customer services in the airlines were also highly rated.



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