An application has been submitted to commence non-stop flights between Portland, Oregon and the two popular Mexican resorts.
The planned seasonal service will operate between Portland and Los Cabos from November 3 to April 27, 2015, and between Portland and Puerto Vallarta from November 4 through to April 26, 2014.
Both routes will be operated by B737 aircraft and strengthens a Mexican network that already includes Guadalajara, Mexico City, Manzanillo, Mazatlán, Loreto and Zihuatanejo.
Alaska’s SVP of communications and external relations, Joe Sprague, commented: “Alaska Airlines is committed to offering the most non-stop services from the Pacific Northwest to places our customers want to explore, and Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta are hot spots.”
In April the airline announced plans to resume its seasonal non-stop service between Seattle and Cancun from November 6, with the route granted approval at the beginning of May.
It flew the Seattle-Cancun route for almost a decade before suspending flights in 2010 citing profitability issues.