Citing low passenger volumes, SeaTac's Alaska Airlines is ending on April 17 service from Eureka and Redding, Calif., to Los Angeles. Alaska's partner airline, Horizon Air, provided the service from those two Northern California cities.
“We tried a variety of alternatives over the past several years to improve the financial performance of these markets. Unfortunately, we saw no significant change,” said Andrew Harrison, Alaska Air Group’s vice president of planning and revenue management. “It’s never possible to leave a city without a sense of disappointment.”
The service halt leaves the two cities with service from United Express.
Alaska and Horizon are owned by holding company Alaska Air Group.