Horizon Air, the wholly owned regional affiliate of Alaska Air Group, has within the last year-and-a-half dropped independent flying and moved to an all-Bombardier Q400 fleet, steps taken to provide greater long-term financial stability. The regional carrier is now branded as “Alaska” publicly, though a small “Horizon” remains part of the livery on its 48 Q400s and the name continues on an internal basis. And, according to Horizon president Glenn Johnson, the ...

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