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Alaska Airlines unveils new Q400 turboprop plane

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Posted: Tuesday, September 10, 2013 12:00 am

FAIRBANKS — Alaska Airlines took another step toward the Bombardier Q400 era in Fairbanks on Monday, when the company brought one of the twin-engine turboprop planes to town for a tour by employees, board members and the media.

Starting in March, the 76-seat Q400 will replace Boeing 737 jets on most of the carrier’s Anchorage-Fairbanks routes. The Q400, which will be operated by Alaska’s sister company, Horizon Air, is projected to save money by slashing fuel costs and adding more route flexibility with eight daily round-trip flights. A single daily 737 flight will remain on the route.

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