ANCHORAGE (AP) -- Alaska Airlines plans to add three more flights per week between here and Prudhoe Bay starting May 22, the airline said.
The new flights from Anchorage will stop in Fairbanks and will fly Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings. The return flight will be nonstop to Anchorage, the airline said.
The flights give the Seattle-based carrier more passenger and cargo capacity in light of more activity at the oil fields.
The airline also said it will resume service to King Salmon and Dillingham on April 14 with flights Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. After April 28, flights will be offered daily.
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