Alaska Airlines has more than doubled its net income for the second quarter, earning $67.5 million compared to a net income of $28.8 million in the year-ago period. “Significantly higher revenues driven by strong demand, our growing route network and our preferred product led to a record second-quarter profit,” Group CEO Brad Tilden said. On Thursday he told journalists and analysts that despite the leadership transition, its 2010 strategic plan remains “the big picture plan.” Alaska Air Group in June named AS president Brad Tilden to succeed Bill Ayer as CEO. Revenues were up 9.3% to $1.21 billion, while operating

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