Alaska to withdraw nonstop flight service from Indianapolis to San Francisco

Published on : Wednesday, January 2, 2019

Seattle-based Alaska Airlines plans to terminate its nonstop service from Indianapolis to San Francisco. This is a daily route that has been in operation only since last fall.

 

 

The airline service on the route will end Oct. 1, Alaska Airlines spokeswoman Ann Johnson told on Monday.

 

 

Alaska Airlines is a relative newcomer to the Indianapolis market. Its first route, a nonstop daily flight to Seattle, launched in May 2017. Its daily nonstop flight to San Francisco International Airport began service Sept. 26, 2017.

 

 

Indianapolis Airport Authority Senior Director of Commercial Enterprise Marsha Stone said that Alaska (Airlines) has assured us it remains committed to Indianapolis and is very pleased with the IND-Seattle route even amidst new Delta competition.

 

 

Indianapolis passengers will still have an option for nonstop flights to San Francisco. United Airlines, which began a San Francisco route from Indianapolis in 2014, offers two daily nonstop flights to the Golden Gate City.

 

 

Southwest Airlines also offers a daily nonstop flight from Indianapolis to Oakland International Airport, which is about a 30-mile drive from San Francisco International.

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