The B.A.T. (Bay Area Traveler) has moved! See

April 15, 2009


Filed under: OAK — Chris @ 11:32 pm

Over the last year, Oakland has remained near the top of the list of airports losing flights as airlines cut capacity. However, Allegiant Air, which specializes in serving small cities without nonstop flights to major tourist destinations is stepping in. Starting June 8, it will offer twice weekly nonstop flights (using MD-80’s) between OAK and Eugene, OR. The carrier also offers three weekly flights between OAK and Bellingham, Washington, located between Seattle and Vancouver.


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