February 2016
Air Transport World;Feb2016, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p26
Trade Publication
The article features Alaska Airlines, recipient of "Air Transport World" (ATW) magazine's 2016 Airline Market Leader Award. Topics discussed include performance like leader in on-time performance with lowest cancellation rate in 2015 and its continuing revenue growth, safety, community and ecology efforts in its culture and daily operations, and named as most fuel-efficient airline in the industry for four consecutive years. It also mentions its recycling efforts and reduced carbon emissions.


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