Today Southwest Airlines begins new nonstop service between Oakland and Atlanta. The Boeing 737-700 flight departs OAK at 12:25 pm arriving in Atlanta four and a half hours later at 7:55 pm. The flight to Oakland departs Atlanta at 8:35 am and arrives at 11:10 am. Southwest no longer flies nonstop between SFO and ATL leaving the route to Delta and United. Will Virgin America move in? See below…
TravelSkills’ 10 most popular posts over the last week (descending order):
1 Gotta see this: Trip Report: Singapore Airlines’ NEW business class [PHOTOS]
2 Airline updates: Alaska Air’s new partner + United trims Mideast + Lufthansa Denver + London
3 Shorter lines, please! Global Entry gets more global
4 We see the future: Stunning new airport designs: FRA, SLC, PDX (images)
5 Airport expansion: How to unclog Chicago O’Hare
7 A war of words: Delta dumps Dubai, blasts Mideast carriers
8 Great reader comments here: Want more business trips?
9 Nothing official yet, but Will Hyatt buy Starwood?
10 Most readers want New Orleans Where will Virgin America fly next?
Did you know that you can choose the background on the new United. com website? I chose “random for each visit.” Which one did you pick? And what do you think about the new site? Leave your comments below!
A few newsy nuggets from other sources that we missed on TravelSkills this week:
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