Alaska Airlines has added its first-ever flights to the Bahamas with nonstops from both Los Angeles and Seattle. The airline is also adding new routes between Las Vegas and both Cabo San Lucas and Puerto Vallarta.
All four new international routes begin flying in mid-December.
For a limited time, introductory fares for flights between Los Angeles and Nassau start at $169 one-way and flights between Seattle and Nassau start at $199 one-way. Flights from Las Vegas to Cabo San Lucas and Puerto Vallarta start at $139 one-way. Tickets are available for purchase now at Alaskaair.com.
“We’re excited to add a ‘new dot’ to our route map and believe our guests will appreciate the convenience of nonstop service to the Bahamas this winter,” said Kirsten Amrine, vice president of revenue management and network planning for Alaska Airlines. “Whether our guests choose to stay in Nassau, or venture to the outer islands, the pristine beaches and crystal clear waters of the Bahamas await.”
The new flights to the Bahamas are a first for Alaska Airlines to the Caribbean nation. The morning departures from both Los Angeles and Seattle allow guests to arrive in Nassau in the late afternoon.
Alaska Airlines’ new service to Nassau will become its 101st nonstop destination from its hometown airport in Seattle.
Las Vegas becomes a new Alaska gateway to two of Mexico’s most popular destinations from the West Coast: Cabo San Lucas and Puerto Vallarta. Both flights depart Las Vegas late in the morning for a midday arrival.