The only cross-country, nonstop airline serving Charleston is nudging closer to offering daily flights year-round.
On June 11, Alaska Airlines will boost frequency of service between its home base in Seattle and the Lowcountry to six days a week, according to Helen Hill, Charleston’s chief tourism official.
“This is exciting news,” said Hill, CEO of Explore Charleston and a member of the Charleston County Aviation Authority. “It shows that our air service is continuing to grow.”
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