Alaska Airlines Expands Mexico Flights

Alaska Airlines followed up on its promise to begin several new non-stop routes between West Coast cities and Mexico this week, kicking off the expansion it first announced in August. Alaska Airlines began non-stop service between Cancun and Seattle, Portland and Los Cabos, San Francisco and Cancun, Portland and Puerto Vallarta, and Los Angeles and La Paz. Some flights are seasonal, or during Mexico's peak travel time from October to late April.

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