Alaska Airlines is celebrating the launch of nine new nonstop routes to a variety of popular leisure destinations, including our first-ever flights to the Bahamas and Guatemala; new service between Las Vegas and two cities in Mexico; and a much-anticipated seasonal flight connecting Palm Springs and New York City.
Travel demand is high for fliers looking to recharge and relax, perhaps even try something new – whether it’s a short flight down the West Coast or a trip to an excellent overseas destination not too far away.

“There’s something for everyone in our roster of new flights – from amazing beaches to snowy mountains, big city buzz to tranquil deserts,” said Kirsten Amrine, Alaska Airlines’ vice president of revenue management and network development. “As we expand our international service, we’re also flying our guests to countries we’ve never served before.” The Bahamas, off the coast of South Florida, have magnificent islands and blue oceans, while Guatemala, in Central America, has adventure, history, and culture to offer.”

Los Angeles and Seattle have flights to the Bahamas.

Our new flights to the Bahamas are our first to the Caribbean country. We now fly nonstop to Nassau, the center of the Bahamas, from two of our West Coast gateways: Los Angeles and Seattle. From there, one of our worldwide partners, Bahamasair, can transport our customers to the country’s gorgeous out islands and beyond with flights bought directly through Our early morning flights from Los Angeles and Seattle arrive in Nassau in the late afternoon. Our new route to Nassau is the airline’s 101st nonstop flight from Seattle.

With the addition of a new route to Guatemala, we are expanding our presence in Latin America.

With the launch of daily, year-round service between Los Angeles and Guatemala City, Guatemala – another brand-new foreign destination for us – we’re expanding our Latin American footprint. We have the most flights to the most locations in Latin America from our Los Angeles base, including up to 18 daily flights this winter to 12 cities around the region.

New flights from Las Vegas to Mexico and San Luis Obispo

Las Vegas is now a new Alaska gateway to two of Mexico’s most popular West Coast destinations: Cabo San Lucas and Puerto Vallarta. Both flights leave Las Vegas late in the morning and arrive at lunchtime. Our new daily seasonal flight between San Luis Obispo and Las Vegas connects to more destinations in our network and now provides an easy link to Mexico for our Central Coast clients.

A handy nonstop flight from Palm Springs to New York JFK.

Our Southern California passengers want more nonstop flights to the East Coast, and we’re ready to take them there. This seasonal flight connects New York City to bright deserts. Our early morning departure from New York allows passengers to arrive in Palm Springs about midday, refreshed and ready to enjoy the sun. Alaska Airlines operates the most flights to Palm Springs.

In Orange County, we’ve added new flights.

We’ve launched new daily seasonal services from Orange County, California, to Bozeman and Tucson. Bozeman provides access to Montana’s winter activities, while Tucson provides plenty of desert sunlight and warmth in Arizona.

Our mainline and regional jet flights have a three-class cabin. First and Premium Class passengers get priority boarding and the largest legroom of any domestic carrier. Our award-winning service includes complementary hot meals based on a seasonal menu, as well as a variety of fresh, vibrant West Coast-inspired tastes and drinks. Premium Class passengers can also enjoy free drinks, hand-selected wines, and local brews.

Hundreds of free movies and TV episodes may be streamed to our guests’ devices for in-flight entertainment. Our aircraft also include streaming-fast satellite Wi-Fi available for purchase, as well as the ability to pre-order from a variety of fresh food options. Power outlets are available at every seat on our mainline flights for charging gadgets.

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