United Airlines will cease flying from Oakland International Airport from June. The airline has flown into the Bay Area’s second-largest airport for the past 75 years. The airline flies just one route – 11 flights a week to and from Denver. Falling demand means United has been losing money on the route. Although Oakland airport is losing United service, it is gaining service on other airlines. Alaska Airlines will add daily service to a fourth Hawaiian destination – Honolulu – on Tuesday, and Allegiant Air, which serves three cities from Oakland, will add seven domestic destinations at the end of

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