Alaska Air Group posted a 2018 first-quarter net profit of $4 million, significantly down from $93 million in net income in the prior-year quarter. The disappointing result comes as the group prepares to switch over to a single passenger service system (PSS) for Alaska Airlines and Virgin America overnight from April 24-25, marking one of the most significant merger integration milestones in the 16 months since Seattle-based Alaska acquired San Francisco-based Virgin America. The PSS ...

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