Alaska Air on Thursday reported a quarterly loss of $35.9 million, more than triple the $10.3 million loss posted a year earlier. The airline cited higher fuel costs for the weaker results.
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|Station Manager, Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport||
|Safety and Security Manager||
|Program Specialist Environmental Services||
Delta Air Lines
|Director HR Systems & Benefits Strategy||
|Mileage Plan Accountant II or Sr||