Alaska Airlines Retires Its Last Airbus A320

Credit: Rob Finlayson
For years, Seattle’s hometown airline Alaska Airlines has celebrated its partnership with another pillar of the Seattle community by emblazoning the nose of its mainline aircraft with the words “Proudly All Boeing.” That was true, until it inherited a fleet of 73 leased Airbus A320 family jets in...
Chris Sloan

Chris Sloan is Air Transport World & Routes Senior Editor covering the Americas.

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