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Alaska Air Group Dec. Combined Traffic Up 9.2% - Quick Facts

Alaska Air Group, Inc. (ALK) reported that, on a combined basis for all operations, Air Group reported a 9.2 percent increase in traffic for December 2017 on a 10.3 percent increase in capacity compared to December 2016. Load factor decreased 0.8 points to 82.3 percent.

Alaska reported a 7.3 percent increase in traffic on an 8.4 percent increase in capacity compared to December 2016. Load factor decreased 0.9 points to 84.1 percent.

Virgin America traffic increased 12.3 percent on a 12.7 percent increase in capacity compared to December 2016. Load factor decreased 0.3 points to 78.9 percent.

Regional traffic increased 16.3 percent on a 19.2 percent increase in capacity compared to December 2016. Load factor decreased 1.9 points to 78.4 percent.

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