Alaska Air Group—parent of Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air—plans to grow capacity 2% next year and accelerate its expansion rate soon after, but will carefully monitor the competitive environment before making firm commitments, the company’s top executive said. “Next year is 2%, [and] current thinking about 2020 is 4%,” Alaska president and CEO Brad Tilden told analysts at the company’s Nov. 27 Investor Day. “We just need to a get few good quarters ...

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