Alaska Airlines has converted one of its Boeing 737-700 passenger jets into an all-cargo plane, the first of three planned conversions. The airline will retire the last of its four 737-400 combis, which carry passengers and cargo, on Oct. 18.
Alaska Airlines to retire last 737-400 combi on Oct. 18
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