Alaska Airlines has a fleet of 94 aircraft of the make Boeing and 21 Douglas aircraft. A further 32 Boeing 737-800 aircraft have been ordered.
The American airline Alaska Airlines was founded back in 1932 as McGee Airlines. In 1942, the airline was renamed to Alaska Star Airlines and only two years later was given its present name Alsaska Airlines. In 1981, the airlines expanded to the north west of the USA, as this area was at the same time not served by any airlines. The daughter company Horizon Air was founded to this end.
Alaska Airline's destinations currently include more than 90 cities in the USA, Canada and Mexico. A few of the airports that are served from the hubs in Seattle, Anchorage are: Boston, Fresno, Honolulu, Miami, Tucson, San Diego, Calgary, Edmonton, Mexico City, Puerto Vallarta, La Paz and Mazatlan.