Alaska Airlines is asking the commission in charge of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Sea-Tac) to alter plans to pay for an expanded international arrivals facility mostly with Passenger Facilities Charges (PFCs). It said such a payment structure would disproportionately hurt Alaska while propping up its competitors.  The issue is seen as something of a proxy fight between Alaska and its newest and most fierce competitor in Seattle, Delta Air Lines. Delta has said it supports ...

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