May 04, 2016 2:17 AM ET

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Company Overview of Alaska Airlines, Inc.

Company Overview

Alaska Airlines, Inc. provides passenger airlines services in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Its products and services include baggage, reservations/airport, pet travel, paid upgrades, same day confirmed changes, and unaccompanied minor services; EasyBiz for corporate travelers and travel arrangers; and gift certificates. The company was founded in 1932 and is based in Seattle, Washington. It has hubs in Anchorage, Alaska; Los Angeles, California; and Portland, Oregon. Alaska Airlines, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Alaska Air Group, Inc.

19300 International Boulevard

Seattle, WA 98188

United States

Founded in 1932

8,579 Employees

Phone:

206-433-3212

Fax:

206-439-4468

Key Executives for Alaska Airlines, Inc.

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, President and Chief Executive Officer of Alaska Air Group, Inc
Age: 54
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of Finance
Age: 48
Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of Operations
Age: 48
Chief Information Officer and Vice President
Vice President of Legal and General Counsel
Age: 66
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Alaska Airlines, Inc. Key Developments

Alaska Airlines to Fly Bellingham to Kona, on the Big Island of Hawaii

Alaska Airlines announced that it will begin weekly flights between Bellingham, Washington and Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii. The nonstop, seasonal service to Kona begins Nov. 12 and ends April 1, 2017. The flights will be operated with Boeing 737-800 aircraft, accommodating 16 passengers in first class and 147 in the main cabin. Onboard, customers will enjoy Alaska's award-winning service, along with features to help make the most of their flight – for work or pleasure. Alaska Beyond Entertainment offers free and premium entertainment direct to customer devices. Other 737-800 onboard amenities include a selection of food and beverage inspired by local flavors, custom leather seats with adjustable headrests, and power outlets for laptops and personal devices at every seat. With the new weekly Kona flight, Alaska will offer nine peak-season flights from Bellingham, which includes five, year-round daily flights to Seattle and one year-round daily flight to Portland, Oregon; as well as seasonal daily service to Las Vegas and seasonal, four-times weekly service to Maui.

Alaska Airlines, Inc. Announces Operational Results for the Month and Year to Date Ended March 2016

Alaska Airlines, Inc. announced operational results for the month and year to date ended March 2016. For the month, the company reported revenue passengers of 2,090,000 against 1,956,000 a year ago. Revenue passenger miles were 2,845 million against 2,633 million a year ago. Available seat miles were 3,278 million against 3,044 million a year ago. Passenger load factor was 86.8% against 86.5% a year ago. For the year to date, the company reported revenue passengers of 5,642,000 against 5,236,000 a year ago. Revenue passenger miles were 7,716 million against 6,994 million a year ago. Available seat miles were 9,354 million against 8,347 million a year ago. Passenger load factor was 82.5% against 83.8% a year ago.

Alaska Airlines Announces the Formation of a New Subsidiary - McGee Air Services; Appoints Dean Duvall to Lead McGee Air Services

Alaska Airlines, Inc. announced the company plans to form a wholly owned subsidiary called McGee Air Services, a dedicated airline services company that combines deep industry experience with a singular focus on providing best-in-class airline services. Initially, the company will provide airline services for Alaska Airlines. McGee Air Services will operate as a vendor to Alaska Airlines and will compete for Alaska contracts in select cities. As the company develops the infrastructure and processes, McGee Air Services will evaluate opportunities to serve other airlines. McGee Air Services will operate independently and will be led by aviation veteran Dean DuVall, who will serve as the president, effective immediately. During his 29 years with Alaska Airlines, DuVall formerly served as managing director of station operations, regulatory compliance and fuel, as well as the managing director of supply chain management and previously was the managing director of IT customer support and infrastructure.

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