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Alaska Airlines announced today that it’s adding a new, daily service between San Diego International Airport (SAN) and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) on May 16th.
With this addition, Alaska will offer 37 nonstop destinations from San Diego International Airport (SAN) to cities across the Northwest, Northeast, California, Mexico, Florida, and all four major islands in Hawaii.
Kirsten Amrine, Vice President of Revenue Management and Network Planning at Alaska Airlines, said:
We want to provide our guests in San Diego the most nonstop options. Not only are San Diego and Atlanta popular destinations for leisure travelers, but both are also major business hubs. We’re excited to connect the cities, especially since Atlanta is our largest unserved transcontinental market from San Diego.”
Anthony’s Take: Delta does not take too kindly to others offering flights to any of its hubs. Delta currently operates six nonstop flights on this route.
(Image Credit: Alaska Airlines.)
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