Alaska Airlines is more and more reverting to the holy grail of low-cost carriers by accelerating its transition to a single fleet until late 2023. Out will go the ten remaining and leased Airbus A321neo’s in the mainline fleet and the 32 De Havilland Canada Dash...
Alaska has formally announced its intent to streamline its fleet to only deploy Boeing 737s and Embraer E175s. This means removing its Dash8s and A321neos. Alaska will thereby remove the last aircraft in its fleet registered with “VA” meaning the final...
Alaska Airlines’ decision to diversify its Boeing MAX order portfolio to include the -8 and -10 as well seems like a logical choice to safeguard future fleet flexibility. By relying on just the MAX 9, the carrier would have been restricted by its range and...
Alaska Airlines is risking losing more pilots if it doesn’t successfully and quickly complete negotiations with pilots union ALPA. Negotiations over additional benefits have reached an impasse since starting in October. The Seattle Times quotes ALPA that it is seeing...
November US data has been published and that means a model update. Below is the public model we share with all readers. We added a new page (Page 4) where you can see which aircraft are the hardest working by number of flights. In the image below, we selected year...
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