Alaska Air Group—parent of Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air— experienced a drop in net income for the third quarter in a row, as the company struggled to generate enough revenues to offset higher fuel costs. The group reported net income of $217 million for the third quarter, down 19% from the $259 million reported in the year-earlier period. Revenue came in 4% higher year-over-year (YOY) at $2.21 billion. Alaska CEO Bradley Tilden said he is “not satisfied with our ...

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