Staffing Woes, Airbus Transition Constrain Alaska’s Capacity Growth

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Credit: Rob Finlayson
Staffing challenges and accelerating the exit of its A320 operations have forced Alaska Air Group to cut its full year 2022 capacity guidance. The company now expects its 2022 capacity to be flat to down 3% compared with 2019. At one point, Alaska expected its supply would grow 2% to 6% this year...

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