Alaska Airlines to use Bombardier Q400s for in-state route

06/6/2013 | WFTV-TV (Orlando, Fla.)

Alaska Airlines plans to replace the aircraft the carrier uses to fly between Fairbanks and Anchorage, Alaska. The carrier has purchased three Bombardier Q400 turboprops for the route, which will replace Boeing 737 jets. "These planes are really advanced and I think passengers are going to have a very nice travel experience," said Marilyn Romano, Alaska Airlines regional vice president.

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