Alaska Airlines Plans Impressive California Network Expansion

Simple Flying | August 29, 2019

Alaska Airlines Plans Impressive California Network Expansion
Following in the footsteps of yesterdays Frontier network expansion, Alaska Airlines has revealed its own massive network extension that brings new connectivity across the entire US West Coast. New routes include Anchorage to San Francisco, Boise to Los Angeles and more!

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I have been editing Aviation Videos for 27 years and as such I've seen so many thousands of takeoffs but this I have never seen before... The wings move up and down before the plane leaves the runway. I'm looking forward to seeing how the You Tube experts will explain this one knowing that some will probably call me crazy

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I have been editing Aviation Videos for 27 years and as such I've seen so many thousands of takeoffs but this I have never seen before... The wings move up and down before the plane leaves the runway. I'm looking forward to seeing how the You Tube experts will explain this one knowing that some will probably call me crazy

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