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PSA will end some service by the end of October.

August 26, 1986

The San Diego-based carrier, which only eight months ago launched service to Eureka, Calif., and Boise, Ida., said it is scrapping those routes because they are losing money. At the same time, Pacific Southwest Airlines said it will increase the number of daily round trips between San Francisco and Burbank to 15 from 11 and between Los Angeles and Las Vegas to 15 from nine. The service between Boise and San Francisco will end Oct. 1, and the Eureka-San Francisco trips will be suspended Oct. 29.

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