Key Points:

  • Starting May 16, 2024, Alaska Airlines will provide a daily nonstop connection between San Diego International Airport (SAN) and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ALT).

  • With this addition, Alaska Airlines becomes the fourth carrier to offer nonstop flights to Atlanta from San Diego.

  • This new service is part of Alaska Airlines' extensive nonstop offerings from SAN, bringing the total to 37 destinations.

San Diego International Airport Expands Its Nonstop Offerings

SAN DIEGO —On Friday, Alaska Airlines revealed plans to enhance its nonstop offerings with a brand new daily flight connecting San Diego International Airport (SAN) and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ALT). Commencing May 16, 2024, this new route will facilitate smooth travels for passengers flying from San Diego to Atlanta and vice versa.

Kimberly Becker, the President and CEO of the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority, lauded this move. “We’re excited about the expanded travel options Alaska Airlines is offering," she stated. “This service not only grants Southern Californians direct passage to the bustling economic hub of Atlanta, but it also welcomes Georgians to savor the scenic beauty and warmth of San Diego.”

Joining a Competitive Atlanta Route

With this inclusion, Alaska Airlines joins the league of other airlines - Delta Airlines, Frontier Airlines, and Southwest Airlines - in offering nonstop journeys between these two significant cities. As per recent statistics, an average of approximately 450 passengers travel daily between Atlanta and San Diego, reflecting the route's high demand.

Alaska Airlines' Expanding Horizon

For those interested in Alaska Airlines' new nonstop offering, schedule, fares, and specific flight times can be accessed on their official website. This addition to Atlanta solidifies the airline's commitment to SAN, as it now boasts 37 nonstop routes, connecting travelers to diverse locations spanning the Northwest, Northeast, California, Mexico, Florida, and even the Hawaiian Islands.