Changes to Delta Air Lines’ relationship with Alaska Airlines at Seattle have less to do with the Pacific Northwest or even the U.S. market and more to do with a Delta hub across the Pacific. The changes to Delta’s code-sharing agreements with Alaska have sparked discussion about a brewing dogfight for dominance in Seattle, but this is missing the point of the issue, which is about Tokyo’s Narita International Airport, says longtime industry consultant Craig Jenks. The ...
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