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This excerpt taken from the ALK 10-K filed Feb 19, 2009.

ALASKA

 

Alaska Airlines is an Alaska corporation that was organized in 1932 and incorporated in 1937. We offer extensive north/south service within the western U.S., Canada and Mexico, and passenger and dedicated cargo services to and within the state of Alaska. We also provide long-haul east/west service to Hawaii and nine cities in the continental U.S., primarily from Seattle, where we have our largest concentration of departures; although we do offer long-haul departures from Anchorage, Los Angeles, and Portland, Oregon. During 2008, we initiated service to Maui with non-stops from Seattle and Anchorage, to the Big Island of Hawaii with non-stops from Seattle, and non-stop service from Seattle to Minneapolis. We also recently announced non-stop service from Seattle to Austin, TX and Portland to Maui, both beginning in August 2009.

 

In 2008, we carried 16.8 million revenue passengers in our mainline operations, and in each year since 1973, we have carried more passengers between Alaska and the U.S. mainland than any other airline. Based on the

 

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number of passengers, Alaska’s leading airports are Seattle, Los Angeles, Anchorage and Portland. Based on 2008 revenues, the leading nonstop routes are Seattle-Anchorage, Seattle-Los Angeles, and Seattle-San Diego. At December 31, 2008, Alaska’s operating fleet consisted of 110 jet aircraft, compared to 115 aircraft as of December 31, 2007.

 

Alaska’s passenger traffic by market is presented below:

 

      2008     2007  

West Coast

   41 %   46 %

Within Alaska and between Alaska and the U.S. mainland

   23 %   21 %

Transcontinental

   20 %   17 %

Mexico

   8 %   11 %

Hawaii

   5 %   1 %

Canada

  

3

%

  4 %
              

Total

   100 %   100 %
              

 

These excerpts taken from the ALK 10-K filed Feb 20, 2008.

ALASKA

 

Alaska Airlines is an Alaska corporation that was organized in 1932 and incorporated in 1937. We offer extensive north/south service within the western U.S., Canada and Mexico, and passenger and dedicated cargo services to and within the state of Alaska. We also provide long-haul east/west service to eight cities in the continental U.S., primarily from Seattle, where we have our largest concentration of departures; although we do offer long-haul departures from Anchorage, Los Angeles, and Portland, Oregon. During 2007, we also initiated service to Hawaii, with non-stops from Seattle to Honolulu and Lihue and from Anchorage to Honolulu.

 

In 2007, we carried 17.6 million revenue passengers in our mainline operations, and in each year since 1973, we have carried more passengers between Alaska and the U.S. mainland than any other airline. Based on the

 

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number of passengers, Alaska’s leading airports are Seattle, Los Angeles, Anchorage and Portland. Based on 2007 revenues, the leading nonstop routes are Seattle-Anchorage, Seattle-Los Angeles, and Seattle-San Diego. At December 31, 2007, Alaska’s operating fleet consisted of 115 jet aircraft, compared to 114 aircraft as of December 31, 2006.

 

Alaska’s passenger traffic by market is presented below:

 

     2007      2006  

West Coast

  46 %    45 %

Within Alaska and between Alaska and the U.S. mainland

  21 %    20 %

Mexico

  11 %    11 %

Canada

  4 %    4 %

Other, including transcontinental and Hawaii

  18 %    20 %
              

Total

  100 %    100 %
              

 


ALASKA

 

Alaska Airlines is an Alaska corporation that was
organized in 1932 and incorporated in 1937. We offer extensive north/south service within the western U.S., Canada and Mexico, and passenger and dedicated cargo services to and within the state of Alaska. We also provide long-haul east/west service
to eight cities in the continental U.S., primarily from Seattle, where we have our largest concentration of departures; although we do offer long-haul departures from Anchorage, Los Angeles, and Portland, Oregon. During 2007, we also initiated
service to Hawaii, with non-stops from Seattle to Honolulu and Lihue and from Anchorage to Honolulu.

 

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number of passengers, Alaska’s leading airports are Seattle, Los Angeles, Anchorage and Portland. Based on 2007 revenues, the leading nonstop routes are
Seattle-Anchorage, Seattle-Los Angeles, and Seattle-San Diego. At December 31, 2007, Alaska’s operating fleet consisted of 115 jet aircraft, compared to 114 aircraft as of December 31, 2006.

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Alaska’s passenger traffic by market is presented below:

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   2007   2006 

West Coast

 46%  45%

Within Alaska and between Alaska and the U.S. mainland

 21%  20%

Mexico

 11%  11%

Canada

 4%  4%

Other, including transcontinental and Hawaii

 18%  20%
        

Total

 100%  100%
        

 

This excerpt taken from the ALK 10-K filed Feb 23, 2007.

Alaska

 

Alaska Airlines is an Alaska corporation that was organized in 1932 and incorporated in 1937. We principally serve destinations in the state of Alaska and through our north/south service between cities in the western U.S., Canada and Mexico. Alaska also provides east/west service to eight cities, primarily from Seattle, where we have our largest concentration of departures; although we do have some transcontinental departures from Anchorage and Los Angeles and, beginning in September 2007, from Portland, OR. In 2006, we carried 17.2 million revenue passengers, and in each year since 1973, we have carried more passengers between Alaska and the U.S. mainland than any other airline. Based on passenger enplanements, Alaska’s leading airports are Seattle, Los Angeles, Anchorage and Portland. Based on 2006 revenues, the leading nonstop routes are Anchorage-Seattle, Los Angeles-Seattle, and San Diego-Seattle. At December 31, 2006, Alaska’s operating fleet consisted of 114 jet aircraft, slightly more than the 110 aircraft as of December 31, 2005.

 

Passenger traffic by market is presented below:

 

     2006     2005  

West Coast markets

   45 %   47 %

Within Alaska and between Alaska and the U.S. mainland

   20 %   20 %

Mexico markets

   11 %   10 %

Canada markets

   4 %   5 %

Other markets, including transcontinental and mountain region

   20 %   18 %
            

Total

   100 %   100 %
            

 

This excerpt taken from the ALK 10-K filed Feb 17, 2006.

Alaska

 

Alaska Airlines, Inc. is an Alaska corporation that was organized in 1932 and incorporated in 1937. Alaska principally serves destinations in the state of Alaska and North/South service between cities in the Western U.S., Canada and Mexico. Alaska also provides East/West service to 8 cities, primarily from Seattle. In 2005, Alaska carried 16.8 million revenue passengers. In each year since 1973, Alaska has carried more passengers between Alaska and the U.S. mainland than any other airline. West Coast passenger traffic accounted for 47% of Alaska’s 2005 revenue passenger miles, passenger traffic within Alaska and between Alaska and the U.S. mainland accounted for 20%, the Mexico markets accounted for 10%, the Canada markets accounted for 5%, and other markets accounted for 18%. Based on passenger enplanements, Alaska’s leading airports are Seattle, Los Angeles, Portland and Anchorage. Based on 2005 revenues, its leading nonstop routes are Seattle-Anchorage, Seattle-Los Angeles, and Seattle-San Diego. At December 31, 2005, Alaska’s operating fleet consisted of 110 jet aircraft.

 

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