The California desert resort oasis of Palm Springs is known for its mid-century modern architecture, pleasent climate and golf courses. An all time favorite for movie stars and tourists.
Now, amid the coronavirus pandemic that has hit the travel industry harder than any past crisis, the city in the Coachella valley is not only seeing a flurry of new flights that makes Palm Springs one of the few places where air service is GROWING in 2020. It also shows the attractive features of a holiday paradise in the pandemic: Open spaces, great infrastructure and of course the most charming boutique hotels with outside corridors enabling TRUE social distancing.
Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue Airways and Southwest Airlines have all unveiled new flights to Palm Springs International Airport (PSP) in past the months. Of the five carriers, the first four already serve the airport while it will be an entirely new dot for Dallas-based Southwest airlines.
As soon as current closures expire Palm Springs is ready to welcome back its fans. And guests will dance again at the Sinatra favorite Melvin’s after being served Steak Diane tableside like the grand times never had a break.
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