Alaska Airlines Introduces Two 737-400 'Combi' Aircraft to Fleet

Alaska Airlines introduces two Boeing 737-400 "combi" aircraft to its fleet to improve passenger and cargo service in the state of Alaska.

Transporting more than 150 million pounds of cargo annually, including seafood, mail and freight, Alaska Airlines operates the most extensive air cargo operation on the U.S. West Coast of any passenger airline. The airline's cargo operation transports about 30 million pounds of fresh Alaska seafood each year from Alaska to Seattle, the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

Alaska Airlines and sister carrier, Horizon Air, together serve 89 cities through an expansive network throughout Alaska, the Lower 48, Canada and Mexico. This year Alaska Airlines celebrates its 75th anniversary, marking the airline's growth from a single-aircraft operation in 1932 to one of the largest U.S. carriers. For reservations, visit For more news and information, visit the Alaska Airlines/Horizon Air Newsroom at

Pemco World Air Services is a subsidiary of Pemco Aviation Group, Inc., which performs maintenance and modification of aircraft for the U.S. Government and foreign and domestic commercial customers. The company also provides aircraft parts and support and engineering services and develops and manufactures aircraft cargo systems, rocket vehicles, control systems and components.

SOURCE Alaska Airlines

CONTACT: Amanda Tobin Bielawski, +1-206-392-5134; Caroline Boren, +1-206-392-5799, both of Alaska Airlines


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