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The Alaska Air Group, Inc. is the Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air Holdings, Seattle-based airlines jointly serving 92 United States, Canadian and Mexican airports. At Alaska Airlines we are known for our outstanding client support. The Alaska Air Group was founded in 1985 as Delaware Corp. The Horizon Air is the affiliate of Alaska Airlines and both companies of the Al...aska Air Group.
Also Alaska has a significant code share in American Airlines and Delta Air Lines. The Alaska Airlines does not fly directly to India. of Alaska Airlines, Inc., an Alaska Corp. was established in 1932. Until about 1942 the company was known as "Alaska Star Airlines". Its present name - Alaska Airlines - was given to it in 1944.
The Alaska Air Group was founded in 1985 as a parent for Alaska Airlines. The Alaska Air Group purchased Horizon Air in 1986 and Jet America Airlines and Alaska Airlines joined forces in 1987. The Alaska Airlines Group has a total of 116 Boeing planes with an avarage of 7.5 years.
The Boeing 737-400 (24), Boeing 737-700 (19), Boeing 737-800 (55), Boeing 737-900 (12), Boeing 737-400C (5) and Boeing 737-400 (1). In 2009, the carrier received 10 737-800 units. It also has fixed pledges for 15 planes and option for 40 planes in 2010 and beyond.