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"We' re expanding and expanding our services in key West Coast countries to give our clients more ways to discover the great places we fly," says Joe Sprague, Airways Sr. VP of Communication and Externally Related Services, in a declaration. "We' re excited to introduce our San Diego clients to the sandy whites, dark volcanic eruptions, and singular polynesian cultures of Kona and Hawaii's Big Island."
Alaska Airlines offers non-stop flights to 16 towns and villages from San Diego with the new Kona Express flight there. Others are Boise; Boston; Fresno; Honolulu; Kahului (Maui), Hawaii; Lihue (Kauai), Hawaii; Los Cabos, Mexico; Mammoth Lakes, California; Monterey, California; Salt Lake City; Santa Rosa, California; Seattle; Orlando, Portland, Ore; and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
The Alaska Airlines Group has also expanded its Hawaii office during this period. Alaska in Kona says it now operates 74 regular departures a week in high season between Kona and Anchorage; Oakland; Portland, Ore; San Diego; San Jose, Calif. and Seattle.
The Alaska Airlines will suspend the flight to Havana, Cuba.
It will switch Havana serving planes to higher demanded market. "Travelling means making contacts, and we were honoured to have been able to play a roll in assisting individuals make face-to-face contacts by travelling between the US and Cuba," said Andrew Harrison, Alaska Airlines CCO.
Approximately 80 per cent of Alaska's leaflets to Havana went on education trips as part of a US "person-to-person" supplement. In view of the changes in the Cuban guideline, the carrier will shift these assets to other countries where the carrier operates and where market conditions remain high. In Alaska, the Los Angeles-Havana plane took off on January 5, 2017.
This year Alaska has started 44 itineraries, which will evolve according to projections. Looking ahead to 2018, the carrier plans to grow its business by almost 8 per cent by expanding capacities in predominantly current market segments. The use of airplanes and crew will help the carrier to sustain economic upturn. Passengers travelling to Havana after 22 January will be transferred to another carrier or fully refunded at no extra charge.
Together with Virgin America and its local counterparts, Alaska Airlines serves 40 million visitors a year to more than 115 cities with an estimated 1,200 weekly frequencies through the United States, Mexico, Canada and Costa Rica. Through Alaska and Alaska Global Partner, travelers can collect and spend frequent flyer mileage to more than 900 global destination and more.
For 10 years in a row from 2008 to 2017, Alaska Airlines was rated in the J.D. Power North America Satisfaction Study as "Highest Customer Satisfaction among Traditional Airlines in North America". Find out more about Alaska's award-winning services at newsroom.alaskaair.com and blog.alaskaair.com. The Alaska Airlines, Virgin America and Horizon Air are wholly owned by the Alaska Air Group (NYSE ALK).