The dictionary defines a hybrid as something that has two types of components performing essentially the same function. That pretty well describes Seattle-based Horizon Air, which maintains codesharing/feeder relationships with larger affiliate Alaska Airlines as well as Denver-based Frontier Airlines while operating an extensive network in the Pacific Northwest that does not touch either carrier. "We feel very fortunate that the sort of hybrid model we have in place is well defined and ...

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