Alaska Airlines will end its nonstop service between Los Angeles and Vancouver, effective June 4, according to AirlineRoute.net.

Alaska launched the route in 1996 with two daily flights and in the mid-2000s and operated as many as six flights per day between LAX and Vancouver.

“We had a more attractive opportunity to reallocate the capacity to other flying and feel we can serve our customers who travel between Los Angeles and Vancouver well through our partnership with American Airlines,” Alaska spokeswoman Bobbie Egan said.

American flies the route twice daily. 

Air Canada, American, Delta, United and WestJet will continue flying the route after Alaska ceases the service, a flight search showed.

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