Published: Sat, March 11, 2017
USA | By Cassandra Hanson

Virgin America adds flights to RDU

Virgin America adds flights to RDU

The addition comes amid a push to expand the airline's Bay Area footprint after Alaska Airlines acquired Virgin America, with 13 new nonstop flights to San Francisco International Airport and Mineta San Jose Airport, according to an Alaska Airlines press release. A daily flight to and from Nashville International Airport (BNA) will be offered. A redeye flight will leave SFO at 11:30 p.m. and arrive back at RDU at 7:30 a.m. the following day. On all of those routes except San Francisco-Philadelphia, United now has no competition, according to the website Flight Connections.

Alaska Airlines announced today that it will be adding a direct flight from the Crescent City to the City by the Bay in the next few months.

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Rob Wigington, MNAA president and CEO, said Alaska Airlines' providing BNA's first year-round nonstop service to Seattle in 2015 provides some context to today's announcement.

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All the mainline flights on Alaska's new routes will use aircraft from the "A320 family", which is the type used by Virgin America.

Alaska will introduce daily service to Tucson, a new destination for Silicon Valley's airport, beginning August 28, and will launch service to Austin with daily flights beginning August 28.

"I thank Alaska Airlines for continuing to provide Silicon Valley business and leisure travelers with nonstop flights to prime destinations, both in the USA and Mexico", said Mayor Sam Liccardo.

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