Alaska Airlines has no plans to unravel its codeshare relationship with Delta Air Lines, despite the two carriers fighting over dominance in Seattle--a fight analysts say may be overblown. Although the details of the carriers’ agreement remain confidential, Alaska CEO Brad Tilden told analysts that codesharing accounts for roughly $400 million annually, split between Delta and American Airlines. The codesharing revenue, while signficant, is a fraction of Alaska's $5 billion in ...
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