Alaska Airlines Remains Non-Committal On Fate Of Its A321s
Alaska Air Group is enduring some short-term cost gains to simplify its fleet as it works to shed Airbus A320s in favor of the Boeing 737 MAX. But it remains to be seen how long the company will hold onto 10 Airbus A321s. All of the A320 family aircraft were passed onto Alaska after it acquired and...
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