In an SEC filing on October 1, Alaska Airlines stated that its management had authorised a plan to retire 10 owned Airbus A320 aircraft “earlier than previously scheduled”. Having concluded that the carrying value was no longer recoverable, Alaska will record an impairment charge between $115 million and $125 million. The airline stated that it continues to evaluate future options for these aircraft, as well as its overall fleet composition.
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