Due to decreased demand Alaska Airlines is cutting their flights by 70%.
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70% of Alaska Airlines Flights Cut Through May
Friday, March 27, 2020
Alaska Airlines has announced they are reducing their schedule for April and May by 70%, due to a significant decrease in demand as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. In their announcement the airline stated: "Some regions we serve will see an even greater reduction of service, such as Hawaii, where the governor has issued a mandatory, 14-day self-isolation quarantine for all travelers entering the state."
Alaska states they are maintaining their basic network footprint but will significantly reduce the frequencies of service. Additionally, the airline is eliminating of nearly all red-eye flights.
The full announcement from Alaska can be found here.
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