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    Default New flight to Mammoth

    United Airlines will add new service to Mammoth-Yosemite Airport

    https://www.sierrawave.net/united-airlines-will-add-new-service-to-mammoth-yosemite-airport/

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    In December 2018.
    From LAX. Nothing from the rest of the world. Denver-Mammoth would have been nice.
    New flights are better than none I suppose.
    Wayne

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    I still hate United. Good news is that it's year round - not just winter....
    Be Prepared

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    I'm using Alaska Airlines to get all the way to Mammoth from the east coast in one day for a decent price ($322). Take off in Raleigh around 8:00 am, go through San Fran and then LAX and get to Mammoth around 7:30 pm.

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    That's an incredible price. Summer travel?
    Be Prepared

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    Quote Originally Posted by HighlandsHiker View Post
    I'm using Alaska Airlines to get all the way to Mammoth from the east coast in one day for a decent price ($322). Take off in Raleigh around 8:00 am, go through San Fran and then LAX and get to Mammoth around 7:30 pm.
    That is a crazy price, on Alaska Airlines no less? I flew Raleigh to San Diego for mid$400 last year. You might have gotten the Golden Ticket, I'd play the lottery while your hot.

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