SEATTLE (AP) -- Alaska Airlines is planning to add service to the Long Beach airport south of Los Angeles.
The Seattle-based airline announced Monday it had asked for three flight slots at the facility. All three flights will go to Seattle.
If the airline's request is approved, the flights will begin Sept. 8.
Alaska ended flights to Long Beach in 1995 after serving the airport for more than a dozen years.
Alaska currently flies to six Southern California airports: Los Angeles, Ontario, Orange County, Burbank, Palm Springs and San Diego.
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