Horizon Air will begin service on behalf of sister carrier Alaska Airlines from John Wayne Orange County Airport to Charles M. Schulz – Sonoma County Airport and Reno-Tahoe International Airport on March 16

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Southwest Airlines is planning to launch international service from Houston Hobby Airport to eight cities in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean this fall.

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Alaska Airlines’ planned year-round Orange County-Puerto Vallarta service would operate three times a week and its planned Orange County-Los Cabos non-stops would operate four times each week.

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The carrier will operate once-daily round-trip service on eight of the new routes and Saturday-only service on the ninth. Southwest Airlines will also increase the frequency of its flights on four existing routes from Dallas Love Field in April.

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In a new extension of its flight schedule to August 7, Southwest Airlines has added seven new year-round U.S. domestic routes, along with 18 additional domestic seasonal and two international services for summer 2015.

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Southwest Airlines will expand its fledgling international-service network by offering new flights to both the Pacific and Caribbean coasts of Mexico from August 10 and early October, as well as launching other new international services.

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Southwest Airlines will launch new non-stop service to 15 new domestic destinations from Dallas Love Field following the repeal of flight restrictions imposed in 1979 which limit the states that can be served from the near-downtown airport.

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John Wayne Airport represents Interjet’s fourth U.S. gateway, because Mexico’s third-largest airline (in terms of large commercial aircraft operated) already flies from Miami, New York and San Antonio to Mexico City.

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Southwest Airlines subsidiary AirTran Airways is launching new international service within the next 10 days from San Antonio, Austin, Orange County in California and Chicago Midway, as well as new service between Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood and San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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Southwest Airlines and its wholly owned subsidiary AirTran Airways have received route authority from the U.S. Department of Transportation for AirTran to operate international flights to new destinations in Mexico.

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Southwest Airlines and AirTran Airways are launching service to new destinations and offering new routes as they extend their flight schedules for reservations from June 3 through August 10, 2012. Several of the new AirTran routes and destinations are international.

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Canadian carrier WestJet is launching daily non-stop service to John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California from Vancouver and Calgary on May 2 and June 13, respectively, as part of its 2011 summer schedule.

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The U.S. Department of Transportation having decided that Virgin America’s ownership is indeed sufficiently American for it to continue flying, the carrier is building on its confirmed operational status by embarking on a sizable expansion of its fleet this year and next and moving to strengthen its network.

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Air Canada and its regional-airline partners are introducing new services to seven more American cities, fortifying Air Canada’s Toronto hub and strengthening its position as the airline which operates the most daily flights between Canada and the United States.

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On March 7, 2010 Continental Airlines is launching new service between John Wayne Orange County Airport and Maui and will increase to a daily flight its previously announced service between Orange County and Honolulu.

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Continental Airlines is launching new service from Los Angeles to Maui and from Orange County to Honolulu on March 7, 2010, and plans to begin a second daily flight on the Los Angeles-Honolulu route the same day.

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The Transportation Security Administration is awarding nearly $6.9 million to Wichita Mid-Continent Airport for the construction of an inline baggage-screening system at the airport’s new terminal.

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Express by ExecuCar says it has introduced a new, affordable, business-class option in Southern California for passengers who don’t want a limousine or town car, but would prefer a non-stop transfer to and from Southern California’s airports, cruise and train terminals.

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