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Alaska Airlines announces new service between Orange County and Albuquerque

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Alaska Airlines will begin daily, nonstop service from Orange County’s John Wayne Airport to Albuquerque starting Aug. 18

“We are pleased to bring low fares and another new nonstop destination to our guests in Southern California,” said John KirbyAlaska’s vice president of capacity planning. “With this addition,

“With this addition, Alaska will offer 21 peak, daily departures to nine destinations from John Wayne Airport, including Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.”

Alaska has been serving Orange County’s John Wayne Airport for 30 years.

“We are excited to work with Alaska Airlines, a great partner that helps connect Albuquerque to great destinations for business and leisure travel,” said Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry.

“With today’s announcement, Alaska will now serve three nonstop destinations from the Sunport and we look forward to their continued presence and growth in our great city.”

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