Alaska Airlines is expanding their footprint in Southern California; last week the airline began weekly service from Orange County Airport (SNA) to both Cabo San Lucas and Puerto Vallarta.
The new flights which operate multiple days of the week now connect Southern California with two of the most traveled to Mexican resort destinations. The airline is offering discounted fares for the new flights as low as $139 one way, but these sale fares will only be available for purchase through October 15th.
“We’re thrilled to enhance our Orange County, California service to the sun and sand…with new nonstop flights,” said John Kirby, vice president of capacity planning for Alaska Airlines. “Alaska Airlines continues to grow its presence in the LA Basin and to offer service where our customers desire it most.”
Alaska Airlines began flying to Los Cabos, Mexico more than 25 years ago. Today, the carrier operates 50 weekly peak-season flights to Los Cabos and 35 weekly peak-season flights to Puerto Vallarta —more than any other carrier from California today.
Alaska will be operating the new flights with brand new fuel-efficient, next generation Boeing 737 aircraft. Customers will be able to enjoy enjoy free entertainment streamed to their own devices and have power at every seat. In addition, passengers will have options of Northwest-inspired food and beverages, such as Beecher’s Flagship cheese, and exclusively blended Canoe Ridge wine.
Check out the press release for Cabo San Lucas here.
Check out the press release for Puerto Vallarta here.