Alaska Airlines tests "dual-boarding" for faster exits

08/1/2013 | American City Business Journals

Alaska Airlines is testing "dual-boarding," which allows passengers to board and deplane from the back of the aircraft as well as the front. "What we've found is frequent fliers and business travelers really like it, because they can get on and off the aircraft quicker," said Alaska spokeswoman Bobbie Egan.

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