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Saturday, May 20, 2017

 

Sonoma County Airport airline traffic up 19% in April

THE NORTH BAY (CA) BUSINESS JOURNAL

 

                                          Baggage is unloaded from an Alaska Airlines flight arriving from Portland at the Sonoma County Airport.

The number of passengers flying through Santa Rosa’s Charles M. Schulz–Sonoma County Airport in April was up 19 percent over last year, according to new figures released Friday, May 19.

 

The latest report also reveals that total passengers flying in and out of the airport in April was 30,454, up from 30,814 in March and 25,585 a year before. For the year so far, passengers totaled 107,868, up from 89,477 the first four months of 2016.

 

American Airlines, which began service to Phoenix in February, reported 3,325 passengers in April and 8,598 for the year. The carrier’s load factor — how full the seats were on each plane — was 83 percent.

 

Allegiant reported 1,816 passengers in April, with a load factor of 68 percent, and 7,054 passengers for the year.

 

In April, Alaska Airlines reported 25,313 passengers and a load factor of 81 percent. For the year, Alaska’s ridership is up 3.1 percent, at 92,216.

 

United Airlines begins service between Santa Rosa (airport code STS) and San Francisco (SFO) June 8.

 

“The short flights into SFO are for connectivity to the world’s largest global route network and will be offered three times a day. It’s going to be an exciting summer,” airport officials said.

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