Category Archives: Aladia Airlines

Alaska Airlines’ computer system is partially restored

Alaska Airlines (Seattle/Tacoma) suffered through another day of delays and cancelations. A computer system outage that disrupted about 15 percent of Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air flights yesterday (March 26) has been partially restored. Alaska and Horizon flights are operating, although many are delayed by two hours or more and additional cancellations are possible.

By midday yesterday, Alaska and Horizon had canceled about 140 flights affecting some 11,700 passengers. Customers are being re-accommodated on the next available flight at no charge. The airlines are also working to accommodate customers on other carriers.

Copyright Photo: Michael B. Ing. Please click on the photo for additional information.

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Alaska Airlines starts Portland-Honolulu flights

Alaska Airlines (Seattle/Tacoma) yesterday (September 20) launched daily service between Portland, OR, and Honolulu. The airline already flies between Portland and Kahului, Maui, and will begin service between Portland and Kona, on the Big Island of Hawaii, on November 12, 2010.

Copyright Photo: James Helbock. Boeing 737-890 N596AS (msn 35688) approaches Los Angeles for landing.

Alaska Airlines to fly the San Diego-Puerto Vallarta route starting on November 12

Alaska Airlines (Seattle/Tacoma) will launch the San Diego-Puerto Vallarta route on November 12, 2010.

Copyright Photo: Mike Durbin. Boeing 737-890 N568AS (msn 35183) decorated with the image of speed skater Apolo Ohno taxies past the camera at Sacramento.

Aladia Airlines is hoping to resume operations

Copyright Photo: James Helbock. Aladia's former Boeing 757-2G5 XA-DIA (msn 23928) arrives at Las Vegas.

Aladia Airlines (Monterrey) is hoping to restart operations with two ex-Maxjet Airways Boeing 767-200s. The reorganized company intends to operate charter flights and ACMI operations. Aladia previously ceased all operations on October 21, 2008.