SAN FRANCISCO—Oakland International Airport is targeting domestic transcontinental flights and new nonstops to Asia, particularly Hong Kong, London and other points in Western Europe and beach destinations in Mexico, as it develops its 2015 air service development plans. Oakland now has five weekly nonstop flights to New York operated by JetBlue Airways, and Southwest Airlines operates a daily flight to Baltimore. In addition, JetBlue flies a seasonal route to Boston. By comparison, ...

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