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 with its two largest partners accounts for roughly $400 million, split between Delta and American Airlines, out of Alaska’s $5 billion in revenue, so although this revenue ...
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