Tilden Hints At Eventual Exit For Alaska Air Group A320s

While a final decision is yet to be made, Alaska Air Group appears to be leaning towards reverting to an all-Boeing mainline fleet.

Alaska Airlines operates Boeing 737s, but the group also became an Airbus narrowbody operator after its acquisition of Virgin America. The carrier is currently evaluating whether it will keep both types in the long term, or eventually move to a single type.

Alaska CEO Brad Tilden weighed in on this issue during a breakfast meeting with Seattle business leaders …

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