Alaska Air Group said its subsidiaries Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air have jointly reduced carbon dioxide emissions per RPM by 23% since 2004. It attributed the reduction to the transition to more fuel-efficient aircraft and "numerous fuel-conservation projects." Alaska outfitted its 737s with blended winglets in 2008 (ATWOnline, July 1, 2008). Separately, AAG's board of directors voted to amend the company's bylaws so that shareholders collectively owning at least 10% ...

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