Horizon slashes fares on some short routes
Horizon Air, a subsidiary of Alaska Air., has cut fares by as much as 76 percent on several short flights in Washington state, Oregon, Idaho...
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SEATTLE — Horizon Air, a subsidiary of Alaska Air., has cut fares by as much as 76 percent on several short flights in Washington state, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and Northern California.
With a 14-day advance purchase, one-way flights will cost $29, tickets bought a week in advance will cost $39, and same-day tickets will cost $49.
The reduced fares apply to flights between Bozeman and Butte, Mont.; Great Falls and Helena, Mont.; Pullman, Wash., and Lewiston, Idaho; Pendleton, Ore., and Pasco, Wash.; Kalispell and Missoula, Mont.; Eureka-Arcata and Redding, Calif.; Eugene and Redmond-Bend, Ore.; and a new nonstop flight between Bozeman, Mont., and Idaho Falls, Idaho, that Horizon will begin offering July 22.
The fare cuts come as Skybus, a new discount carrier, starts flying between Bellingham and Columbus, Ohio. The airline started this month phasing in flights to 25 cities , offering at least 10 one-way tickets on each flight for $10 apiece.