Alaska Airlines has been maintaining its Seattle market share despite an ongoing battle with Delta Air Lines but recently discovered a problem. Alaska had already launched service to nearly every viable market in North America from its main hub, and it wanted to expand further. But how? The airline has a considerable and varied fleet, and for a couple of years it expanded organically, adding point-to-point service from Western cities like San Diego and San Jose, California, and Salt Lake ...


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