Service out and in of Charles M. Schulz-Sonoma County Airport in March continued to dip, additional proof of the novel coronavirus pandemic’s impression on the financial system.Alaska Airways in March flew 13,282 passengers, a 47.5% drop from March 2019. Alaska’s load issue — the measure of how full its plane have been on common — was 34%, down 58% from a yr earlier.The airport’s major provider is evaluating its flight schedules on a day-to-day foundation, in accordance with airport supervisor Jon Stout. Roundtrip flights right now are on schedule for Seattle, however cancelled for Los Angeles and San Diego, with the latter service additionally cancelled for Friday. Alaska final week dropped its service to the Portland and Orange County markets.American Airways final month carried 4,387 passengers via Santa Rosa, up 32.4% in comparison with a yr earlier. The provider’s load issue was 60% in March, down 30.2% from March 2019. American is protecting its each day roundtrip service to Dallas, however continues to cancel one in all its two each day flights to Phoenix on a day-to-day foundation, Stout stated.United Airways in March served 2,066 passengers by way of Sonoma County, in contrast with 4,086 in March 2019. The provider’s load issue final month was 48%, in contrast with 79% a yr earlier.United, which final week canceled its each day path to and from San Francisco and suspended its nonstop path to Denver via the tip of April, has pushed the suspension to a minimum of Could 2, Stout stated.It is a growing story. Examine again for updates.