Passengers travelling from Sacramento in the US will soon be able to fly direct to southern California’s beautiful beaches with a nonstop service from Spirit Airlines. The US-based carrier will begin its new daily service between Sacramento Airport and John Wayne Airport on 1 March.
“We are excited to add another great nonstop option connecting the Sacramento region to southern California, as COVID vaccines become increasingly available and more people choose to travel,” said Sacramento Airport’s Director, Cindy Nichol. “Whether travellers are looking to relax on the beach, get active outdoors or experience delicious seaside dining, southern California is a popular year-round destination.”
The region is also popular for families with plenty of theme park attractions also on offer.
Referencing his enthusiasm for the new connection, Spirit Airline’s Vice President, John Kirby added: “We are excited to bring more low-cost options to our guests in the Golden State, with a new nonstop flight connecting Sacramento to Santa Ana.”
All passengers travelling from Sacramento are required to wear a face covering and adhere to social distancing guidelines whenever possible throughout their journey. Passengers are also advised to arrive early in anticipation of additional security screenings at the airport as a result of procedures introduced in response to the global COVID-19 outbreak.