Alaska Airlines has announced it is introducing seven new routes from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to further connect its guests between Southern California and key markets around the country, including the first nonstop service from the West Coast to Fort Myers/Naples, Fla. (RSW) from both LAX and Seattle, the company said.
This winter, the company is adding 12 new nonstop destinations from LAX (for a total of 35), with future growth in Southern California. The added service builds on five recent additional routes that link LAX to cities across the West for a total of 12 new routes this year. Alaska will fly to 35 nonstop destinations from LAX this winter with a strong platform for future growth. Tickets for all flights are available for purchase at alaskaair.com with fares starting as low as USD 39 one way.
The new routes will connect Alaska´s guests in Southern California to destinations in Florida (Fort Myers and Tampa); Hawaii (Kona and Lihue); Montana (Bozeman) and Oregon (Eugene and Medford). Service starts on Oct. 1 for the Oregon markets, and between Nov. 20 and December 18 for the remaining destinations.
Alaska Airlines and its regional partners serve more than 115 destinations across the United States and North America, providing essential air service for guests along with moving crucial cargo shipments, such as food, medicine, mail and e-commerce deliveries.