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Summer expansion.

Summer Expansion

Summer Expansion. MarkAir, largest Alaskan-owned air carrier, hired more than 500 new employees to support its expansion of services this summer. The new hires include pilots, flight attendants, cargo handlers and reservation agents.

They are providing support at newly opened stations in Valdez, Kenai, Sand Point, Port Heiden, St. George and Akutan. According to Larry Anderson, vice president of marketing, service at the new locations is being provided by a mix of passenger 737s, cargo C-130s, and the commuter de Havilland Dash 7s.
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Title Annotation:Alaska Business Briefs - Air Transportation; MarkAir Inc.
Publication:Alaska Business Monthly
Date:Aug 1, 1990
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