Alaska Airlines announced today it will launch daily nonstop service between San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport and San Diego International Airport on Jan. 7, and San Luis Obispo Regional Airport and Portland International Airport on June 18 respectively. The new destination offers travel enthusiasts from Southern California and the Pacific Northwest easier connectivity to California’s fastest growing wine and recreation region.
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“We are excited to add nonstop service to San Diego and Portland from San Luis Obispo, furthering our commitment to California’s Central Coast,” said Brett Catlin, Alaska Airlines managing director of capacity planning and alliances. “Whether visiting nearby Paso Robles to experience the renowned food and wine scene, cycling through hills and vistas, or enjoying our on-board West Coast-inspired food and beverage menu, Alaska guests can look forward to experiencing our award-winning service.”
|Effective Date||City Pair||Departs||Arrives||Frequency||Aircraft|
|Jan. 7, 2020||San Diego – San Luis Obispo||11:55 a.m.||1:07 p.m.||Daily||E175|
|Jan. 7, 2020||San Luis Obispo – San Diego||1:50 p.m.||2:57 p.m.||Daily||E175|
|June 18, 2020||Portland – San Luis Obispo||1:10 p.m.||3:18 p.m.||Daily||E175|
|June 18, 2020||San Luis Obispo – Portland||3:55 p.m.||6:03 p.m.||Daily||E175|
“These new Alaska Airlines flights are the successful outcome of years of planning and coordination,” said Kevin Bumen, A.A.E., San Luis Obispo airport director. “With the help of our community partners, the County and the Airport are excited to bring these new opportunities to our travelers, and to provide deeper connections into the Alaska Airlines network.”
Alaska will operate once daily nonstop service from SBP to San Diego beginning January 7, 2020 and to Portland beginning June 18, 2020. The new routes further amplify Alaska’s commitment to the California market, building on recently-announced service additions linking San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego to destinations including Anchorage, Spokane and Redmond/Bend.
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