Alaska Airlines launches flights to La Paz and Monterrey from Los Angeles

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Alaska Airlines is expanding its network in Mexico with the announcement of new flights to La Paz International Airport (LAP) and Monterrey International Airport (MTY).

The direct flights to the two Mexican cities will take off from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and will be launched in the 2024/2025 winter season.

The airline said that its guests search for travel destinations with warm weather, so the new flights will cater to the demand. 

“We recently celebrated 35 years of service to Mexico and are proud to connect travelers with the rich culture and natural beauty of the country. We look forward to continuing to serve as the carrier of choice from the West Coast, especially as we prepare to start service to these popular destinations in Mexico,” Kirsten Amrine, Vice President of Revenue Management and Network Planning at Alaska Airlines said in a statement.

The new flights will be serviced using the airline’s fleet of Embraer E175 aircraft, with two to three weekly flights to La Paz beginning on November 20, 2024, and daily flights to Monterrey by February 13, 2025. Tickets can be booked starting from July 3, 2024.

La Paz is a coastal city in Mexico popular with scuba divers and deep sea fishers. 

Monterrey, an important industrial and business center in Mexico, is fringed by mountains, and is considered to be one of the country’s most liveable cities.

“We are pleased to announce that Alaska Airlines will begin operations from Monterrey Airport to Los Angeles, expanding its services from our airports along with Mazatlan and Zihuatanejo,” said Ricardo Duenas, CEO of Grupo Aeroportuario del Centro Norte.

 “Through LAX, this new route will offer access to new destinations on the West Coast, as we continue to increase international connectivity from Monterrey to meet both business and leisure travel demand,” Duenas added.

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