Delta Airlines' intrusion into Alaska's Seattle hub has motivated Alaska employees into a sort of 'Keep Alaska My Alaska' campaign.
Customers can use their phones to order the event, and Uber will bring cake, flowers and an officiant. It's paying for the honeymoon, too.
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The carrier is loved by its passengers, but its investors aren't so happy.
Is an airline a utility or a service? The ones who act like a utility have more financial success.
The carrier is coping with labor strife and high costs. Some employees pine for the days of co-founder Herb Kelleher.
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