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|52 Week Range||47.30 - 65.69|
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A consultant hired for a $35 million Sea-Tac Airport facility "did not have adequate knowledge of airport building requirements."
A thriving technology scene has been the single biggest driver of that growth, not only adding to the industry's headcount but also bolstering Seattle's appeal on a global scale.
Check out the U.S. airlines with the most consumer complaints, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation's July 2019 report.
An airline confirms it is permanently cutting one of Raleigh-Durham International Airport’s West Coast services.
JPMorgan Chase analyst Jamie Baker revealed on October 10 that Southwest Airlines had excluded Hawaiian flights from the recent fare hike across its network.
Businesses in the Puget Sound region need to pay more taxes to support investments in education and infrastructure, Alaska Air Group CEO Brad Tilden says. "We aren't building infrastructure at the rate rate we need to. Schools are atrocious," Tilden told an audience of more than 300 people at a Puget Sound Business Journal's Grow Seattle Conference on Thursday.
The trio of airlines expanding their service or launching new offerings to the islands from San Jose are expanding service or adding new offerings.
Brad Tilden has presided over the airline since 2012 and shared his thoughts with the Business Journal about Sea-Tac’s growth issues and what’s on the horizon at Alaska.
Alaska Airlines is going "To infinity and beyond" and embracing its inner child with a newly painted plane that features a trio of characters from the Pixar film "Toy Story." Sheriff Woody, Buzz Lightyear and Jessie adorn one of the airline's Boeing (NYSE: BA) 737-800 jets, which also features the film's aliens on the winglets and Rex the dinosaur peeking out a window as Alaska Airlines (NYSE: ALK) passengers enter the plane. Named "Friendship and Beyond at Disneyland Resort," it is the sixth Disneyland Resort-painted jet in Alaska's fleet and serves as a tribute to Pixar Pier at Disney's California Adventure Park.
The researchers examined how people responded to different pricing strategies when purchasing airfare.
At the end of this service reshuffling between San Jose and its most heavily traveled international destination, Mexico, Southwest will no longer be in the San Jose-Mexico market while Alaska will have expanded its number of Mexican destinations from Cabo and Guadalajara to three.
The move comes as airlines around the world face growing criticism and activist campaigns encouraging people to fly less to curb airline emissions and use trains for travel.
Virgin Atlantic has released details of its planned long-haul and new short-haul route network, as the airline calls for an end to a "stranglehold" held by International Airlines Group (IAG), parent of British Airways, Aer Lingus and Iberia as well as several smaller carriers, at London Heathrow, the U.K.'s only hub airport and main air cargo gateway. Future Virgin Atlantic route maps show the intention to serve up to 84 new destinations in the U.K., Europe and across the globe when the third Heathrow runway is complete, a four-fold increase on its 19 long-haul destinations from Heathrow in 2020.
The SeaTac-based airline says its Virgin America takeover means it's outgrown its 20-year-old partnership with American because it's flying to more U.S. destinations itself.
The deal means public workers will share a piece of the facility's future operational and financial success.
Southwest Airlines (LUV) announced that its new service between Sacramento and Honolulu would begin on November 10—two months early.
Xiamen Airlines, which launched Sea-Tac service in 2016, ended that service Wednesday amid competition among other Asian carriers.
The Business Journal will present this one-of-a-kind event Oct. 10 at the Washington State Convention Center. Speakers include former Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire, Microsoft President Brad Smith and Alaska Air Group CEO Brad Tilden.