Southwest Airlines, the state’s busiest airline, is dropping a popular route to a Southern California airport early next year.
The airline’s non-stop flight from San Francisco International Airport to Hollywood Burbank Airport will end on Jan. 7, 2024.
A Southwest spokesman confirmed that reporting by the San Francisco Business Times, which broke the story, was accurate.
Southwest will continue its non-stop flights to Hollywood Burbank from Oakland International and San Jose International airport. United Airlines, the largest carrier at SFO, will continue flying non-stop to Hollywood Burbank from San Francisco.
In a statement last week, Alaska Airlines announced it will begin non-stop flights three times a day between SFO and Hollywood Burbank on Dec. 14, 2023.
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