Over the last few years Alaska Airlines has become the most profitable airline in the United States while simultaneously topping the charts in fuel sustainability and other environmental initiatives. Is what’s good for the environment what’s best for the bottom line? If so, why are other major carriers not following suit?
How Alaska Airlines Can Leverage its Supply Chain to Combat Climate Change
For 85 years, Alaska Airlines has been the little airline that could, avoiding the bankruptcies and consolidations that have plagued nearly every other major U.S. carrier. But can Alaska weather the existential threat of impending climate change regulation as a small, independent carrier?