Alaska Focusing On Connecting Existing Markets

Credit: Alaska Airlines
LAS VEGAS —After years of investing heavily in its Seattle hub, Alaska Airlines is shifting its focus toward connecting existing markets. The carrier added 24 new cities since 2010, mostly from Seattle. It now serves 86 markets from that hub, John Kirby, Alaska vice president-capacity planning, told...

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