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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. 
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F/A-18s at LGB 11/13/20 - 11/15/20
U.S. Marine Corps F/A-18 aircraft will be conducting training operations at Long Beach Airport Friday, November 13 through Sunday, November 15.
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Long Beach Airport Prepares Gulfstream Space for Lease

Long Beach, CA - In response to the Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation’s (Gulfstream) recent announcement that it will draw down operations in Long Beach over the next six months, Long Beach Airport (LGB) will be actively seeking interest for this 22 acres of prime real estate located on LGB property. 

Call for Artists Pandemic-Inspired Exhibit. Upload submissions to artslb.org deadline is nov. 14
Long Beach Airport Seeks Local Artists for Pandemic-Inspired Exhibit
Long Beach, CA - The Long Beach Airport (LGB), in partnership with the Arts Council for Long Beach (ACLB), is seeking submissions from local artists who are women for a pandemic-themed art exhibit. Submissions should reflect uplifting and hopeful messages related to the pandemic.
Southwest Airlines Requests All Available Flight Slots

Southwest Airlines has requested each of the 17 flight slots recently made available at Long Beach Airport (LGB). The permanent flight slots were relinquished when JetBlue announced it would cease operating from LGB as of October 6.