A commuter airline this week announced plans for service between Oxnard and San Francisco.
Starting Aug. 1, WestAir United Express will offer four nonstop round-trips each weekday, and three each Saturday and Sunday, said Mark Peterson, a spokesman for the Fresno-based company.
The airline, which serves 43 cities in seven states, now flies between Oxnard and Los Angeles four times daily.
Fares for the 80-minute flights will range from $39 each way, with 21-day advance purchases, to a non-discounted fare of $165 each way, Peterson said.
The route will be flown by 30-passenger Brasilia prop-jets, he said.