Horizon Air revealed that it is in discussions with Bombardier about pushing back deliveries of the 15 Q400s it ordered in April 2007 that were originally scheduled to begin delivering last month. Parent Alaska Air Group said in a regulatory filing that it is interested in "retiming" deliveries owing to capacity cuts; its 2009 first quarter capacity is expected to be down more than 14% year-over-year and full year 2009 capacity is slated to be 9% lower.
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