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Alaska Airlines launches new Burbank to San Francisco flights

Alaska Airlines launches new Burbank to San Francisco flights

Alaska Airlines, the airline with the most nonstop routes on the West Coast, is growing its network in California with the introduction of a new year-round route from Hollywood Burbank Airport to San Francisco International Airport. Beginning on December 14, Alaska will provide three peak daily flights from Burbank to SFO.

Alaska announced a major expansion of its network, including new international destinations to Mexico, the Bahamas and Guatemala. More than half of the 15 newly added routes will fly from airports Alaska serves in California. All of the routes, including Burbank to San Francisco, will begin in time for the holidays. 

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The executive director of Hollywood Burbank Airport, Frank Miller, stated that Alaska already connects visitors from Burbank to locations throughout California and along the Pacific Northwest. “Thanks to Alaska Airlines, they’ll soon be a quick flight to Burbank where they can hop over to a charming San Francisco and go sight-seeing along the coast or be at a popular amusement park minutes after they land,”

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Alaska operates out of 16 airports spread across California, with over 320 peak-day flights available from our hubs in San Francisco and Los Angeles, as well as our main emphasis towns of San Diego and San Jose. Since we were founded more than 40 years ago, we have proudly transported our customers all throughout California as the only national airline established on the West Coast.

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Here are two major announcements of where Alaska flying, including new seasonal routes from LAX and SEA to Nassau, Bahamas and year-round routes to Latin America.  

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