Alaska Airlines takes off from San Diego to Jackson, WY
Alaska Airlines began San Diego to Jackson, WY, on 17 December. The 1,332-kilometre route operates five-weekly using 76-seat Embraer 175s until 11 April.
Booking data obtained via OAG Traffic Analyser shows that around 11,000 P2P passengers flew between the two in 2019.
This winter, Alaska Airlines has 29 routes from San Diego, with Seattle, San Francisco, Portland, San Jose, and Fresno top by flights.
Cancun, Fort Lauderdale, Jackson, Missoula, and Santa Barbara are all new this winter (versus W19). All have begun already except Missoula (11 March 2021) and Santa Barbara (18 March).
Speaking of Alaska Airlines’ Jackson route, Brian D’Amico, San Diego’s Program Manager, Air Service Development, said: “We have launched new non-stop service to Jackson, Wyoming, the gateway to the breath-taking Grand Teton National Park.
“This marks the first time San Diegans have had a non-stop link to the state of Wyoming.
“Thank you to our partners at Alaska Airlines for bringing us snow for Christmas and to our amazing station crew who go out of their way to make our passengers feel special!”