Regional service provider Horizon Airlines is making a big change in its business model that will turn over decision-making for all of its routes—and the responsibility and risk for marketing and selling seats for them—to sister company Alaska Airlines. The decision comes with benefits for Horizon but also is generating some questions about its future direction, some of which cannot be immediately answered. What is definitive is that as of Jan. 1, all of Horizon’s capacity will ...

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