The Wall Street Journal
By Jack Nicas
March 27, 2015 7:11 p.m. ET
A JetBlue Airways Corp. pilot whose erratic behavior diverted a U.S. flight three years ago sued the airline on Friday for permitting him to fly despite what he claims was evidence of his mental-health problems.
Alaska Airlines Expands Partnership with SkyWest, adds New Routes
November 25, 2014
Alaska to serve three new destinations from its Northwest hubs, flying Embraer E175 jets
SEATTLE, Nov. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Alaska Airlines announced it is expanding its partnership with SkyWest Airlines...
Looks like 757 was too much airplane for JNU. Delta shows a SkyWest RJ for summer schedule. So all outsourced flying to SE Alaska.
I'll save you the post General Lee....
I'm sure you will up gauge to a main line 737 when loads improve........
I wish this was an indication of success. You have no idea what the passengers paid. I have flown many routes with extremely high load factors, until you charge a brake even price, then the well dries up. These routes don't last in the long term.
You are right, you don't know how many locals fly there. Alaska does! They see how many tickets they sell and then put on delta. Here is a hint, it's enough to do it themselves with a 737.
Alaska does not need luck, it has data.