Seattle-based Alaska Airlines is in the process of revamping its cargo business, and sees new business opportunities as it moves away from its signature “combi” aircraft to embrace full freighters. In February, the airline sent the first of three Boeing 737-700s to Tel Aviv for testing ahead of passenger-to-freighter conversion work, according to Alaska’s director of cargo revenue, planning and postal affairs Adam Drouhard. The first of the 737s is undergoing conversions, ...

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