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COVID-19 Testing Site Opens at Long Beach Airport
COVID-19 Testing Site Opens at Long Beach Airport
Long Beach, CA - Long Beach Airport (LGB), in partnership with Hawaiian Airlines, today welcomed its first COVID-19 testing site, available exclusively for the airlines’ guests traveling to the Hawaiian Islands. Starting Jan. 16, LGB will also host a testing clinic open to all airlines passengers.
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Long Beach Airport (LGB) is open and operational for essential travel, air cargo, and general aviation operations. LGB is working closely with the Long Beach Health and Human Services Department and following the State health order to ensure the health and safety of all passengers and employees.

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Southwest Airlines Announces Five New Destinations From Long Beach Airport
Long Beach, CA - Southwest Airlines today announced that it will begin daily, nonstop flights from Long Beach Airport (LGB) to five new cities, beginning in March 2021. The new destinations, which significantly enhance nationwide connections from LGB, are Chicago (MDW), Dallas (DAL), Houston (HOU), Reno (RNO) and St. Louis (STL). Flights go on sale today at southwest.com.  
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Hawaiian Airlines to Offer Long Beach to Maui Flights
Long Beach, CA - Hawaiian Airlines today announced that it will begin daily, nonstop service from Long Beach Airport (LGB) to Kahului Airport (OGG) in Maui, beginning in March 2021.  
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Southwest Airlines Announces New Hawaii Service from Long Beach Airport
Long Beach, CA - Southwest Airlines announced today that it will launch daily nonstop service from Long Beach Airport (LGB) to Honolulu beginning in March 2021. The new flight is Southwest’s only direct connection between Hawaii and the Greater Los Angeles area. Flights go on sale today at southwest.com.
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Long Beach Airport Readies for Holiday Travelers
Long Beach, CA - Long Beach Airport (LGB) is prepared to welcome passengers on essential travel this holiday travel season with measures that emphasize passenger health and safety. Although traffic levels are still reduced, LGB expects flights to increase approximately 25 percent this holiday period (Nov. and Dec.) compared to previous months and based on published airline schedules.