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Alaska Airlines

Alaska Airlines is one of the larger west coast airlines, serving 15 million passengers each year. Their aircraft fleet consists of 6 different Boeing models from the Boeing 737-400 (734) to the Boeing 737-700 (73G). Alaska Airline’s also has a sense of humor, their latest invention is a phantom competitor named Skyhigh Airlines…take a tour of Sky High Airlines

Alaska Airlines Quick Facts

• 45 Alaska Airlines has 106 airplanes
• Alaska Airlines has 11,265 employees
• 14 million passengers flew Alaska Airlines in 2002

Alaska Airlines History

Alaska airlines began in 1932 serving Anchorage and Bristol Bay Alaska.

Contact Alaska Airlines

Customer Relations
P.O. Box 68900
Seattle, WA 98168
Phone: 1-800-654-5669

Website: Alaska Airlines

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