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Alaska Airlines Advances its 'Sun and Snow' Strategy with Additional Wintertime Routes

Alaska airlines recently announced five new routes that will better connect Los Angeles International Airport and Palm Springs International Airport to key West Coast markets and the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico.

From fun in the warm sun to bright cool days in the mountains, the airline is ready to take travelers to locations near and far.

Alaska will begin daily nonstop service on December 17 between Los Angeles and Cancun, Mexico, and Reno, Nevada. Cancun is one of Mexico's most popular getaways, and Reno is the gateway to Lake Tahoe and its endless possibilities.

These additions build on Alaska's leading intra-West and transborder route network from Los Angeles. On the same date, the airline is adding daily nonstop service between Palm Springs and Boise, Reno and San Jose, California.

"As demand for leisure travel returns, and for those ready to fly the coop, we are excited to offer even more nonstop routes this winter," said Brett Catlin, managing director of capacity planning and alliances, Alaksa Airlines. "We are long offered nonstop flights to some of the most popular vacation destinations from Southern California, and we continue to see demand for our unique low fare, high-quality experience."