Alaska Airlines plans to switch to turboprop aircraft for flights between Fairbanks and Anchorage in Alaska. The airline will fly Q400 aircraft with 76 seats. Passengers will still need to go through security screening, as Transportation Security Administration rules require for all planes with more than 60 seats.
Alaska to switch to turboprops on route; screening to continue
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