PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Alaska Airlines will increase service in and out of Portland, Ore., this summer to areas it said are popular warm-weather destinations.
The airline will add new flights from Portland to Santa Barbara, Calif., and Bozeman, Mont., and resume seasonal flights to Billings, Mont., and Missoula, Mont. A seasonal flight is also resuming between Portland and Bellingham, Wash.
The summer flights begin June 4 and end Aug. 25.
The airline is offering special introductory fares from Portland, including a one-way $89 flight to Bellingham, a $99 fare to Santa Barbara and a $149 flight to Bozeman.
More details and tickets are available at www.alaskaair.com .
In morning trading, Alaska Air Group Inc. shares added 26 cents to $73.67.