Northwest Airlines is planning a major expansion of its Indianapolis flight schedule.Northwest plans to
provide new nonstop service to San Francisco, an additional daily flight to
Los Angeles, the return of seasonal service to Seattle and improvements to its
schedule to New York’s LaGuardia Airport.
When the last of the new flights start on June 8, 2006, Northwest’s
Indianapolis schedule will grow to 44 flights a day to 18 destinations, as
Northwest continues to carry more Indianapolis travelers to more nonstop
destinations on more flights than any other airline.
“Business and leisure travelers have made Northwest Indianapolis’ largest
airline,” said Steve Sear, vice president of sales. “The addition of nonstop
service to San Francisco, an afternoon nonstop option to Los Angeles and more
capacity to New York builds on our comprehensive schedule, which provides
Hoosiers with nonstop flights to top business and leisure destinations
throughout the U.S. and convenient connections to hundreds of cities