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Alaska Airlines In Pittsburgh

meanstreak

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Can anyone from Alaska tell me why a 737 was in Pittsburgh last week. I wasn't aware of a Pittsburgh-Seattle run yet. Although it would be a great market to get into since US Airways flights are always oversold and have 20 non revs listed. I'm thinking the airplane might have been diverted due to weather, ect. Thanks
 

PilotOnTheRise

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I was in South FL a couple weeks ago and heard a call to a SkyWest and thought that was strange. I thought SkyWest was all western destinations.

Go figure ...
 

Buschpilot

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Charters. Charters have been a very strong source of revenue for Alaska ever since the 11th.
 

AZaviator

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I was in South FL a couple weeks ago and heard a call to a SkyWest and thought that was strange. I thought SkyWest was all western destinations.
As odd as it sounds, I believe Skywest is doing some east coast flying out of DFW. I think I read they go as far as North Carolina.
On the other hand, I've seen ASA CRJ's on the ramp in Tucson, AZ.
I thought they mainly served Texas and east of there. Guess times are changing!
 
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