Alaska Airlines Adds Six More Weekly Flights to Mexican Resort Destinations

Alaska Airlines today announced it will add six more weekly flights this fall on existing routes to some of Mexico's most popular resort destinations from Los Angeles and San Francisco. Starting Oct. 29, Alaska will increase the number of weekly flights connecting Los Angeles and Loreto from three to four, Manzanillo from four to six and Mazatlan from seven to eight. The airline will also increase the number of weekly flights between San Francisco and Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo from two to four. The airline's total capacity serving Mexico will increase by 22 percent this fall, resulting from more frequent flights on existing routes and five new nonstop routes. Earlier this month, Alaska announced it will inaugurate nonstop service in the fall between Los Angeles and La Paz, San Francisco and Cancun, and Seattle and Cancun, as well as between Portland, OR, and both Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta. Reservations and tickets for Alaska Airlines' Mexico flights are available now at [www.alaskaair.com] or by calling 800-ALASKA-AIR.

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