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“Alaska Airlines begins relief flights in Mexico”

Passengers board one of several Alaska Airlines relief flights from Los Cabos
Photo Courtesy: Alaska Airlines, used with permission

From Seattle’s hometown-based Alaska Airlines:
The airport [Los Cabos International Airport] remains closed to commercial air service, but local authorities have authorized outgoing humanitarian relief flights [Alaska Airlines began humanitarian evacuation flights last Wednesday]. Customers waiting at the airport are being boarded on those flights on a first come, first serve basis.

All flights passenger flights to Los Cabos have been canceled. The [inbound] flights to Los Cabos will be loaded with water, food and supplies.

The following flights are planned for Friday:

Flight 201: Los Cabos to San Jose
Flight 233: Los Cabos to San Diego
Flight 235: Los Cabos to San Francisco
Flight 251: Los Cabos to Los Angeles
Flight 279: Los Cabos to Los Angeles.

Read more from the Alaska Airlines Blog.

Posted by Steve on September 19, 2014 at 7:07 am | Permalink

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