Where does your favorite airline sit on this list of average fleet age?
With a distinct advantage among consumers and all signs pointing to continued success in this regard, Alaska Air Group should lead the airline industry higher in 2014.
The Seattle-based airline has started 2014 with jet engines roaring. Is it time for investors to get cautious?
Consumer Reports looks at 11 leading airlines and demonstrates that there's a wide swath of opinion among travelers when it comes to customer satisfaction.
Investors still shouldn't overlook Alaska Air Group, whose shares are up more than 70% in the last year. The company remains the best investment in an often volatile industry.
Delta Air Lines and Alaska Air Group have been battling for market share in Seattle. Their latest moves seem well-designed.
Following a great 2013, shares of Alaska Air Group seem poised to fly even higher above competitors on the wings of great customer service and expanding flight routes.
With costs rising up ahead, the airline may not post the best financials. In the long run, though, this is still a fantastic airline to own.
Alaska Air Group, Inc. has become one of the most profitable airlines in the country in the last five years. However, it may soon hit a rough patch.
Analysts shift stance on Alaska Air, Southwest Air, and Arctic Cat.