Winter storm-related disruptions and a drop in close-in bookings held Alaska Air Group’s net income flat at $4 million in the 2019 first quarter, the same as the year-ago period. February storms in the Pacific Northwest forced the Seattle-based carrier—parent of Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air—to cancel 1,100 flights, and reduced 1Q revenue by $15 million, CCO Andrew Harrison said during an April 25 earnings call. Still, unit revenue, or RASM, increased 2.2% ...

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