“They are some of the most popular (routes) for the Everett community, specifically,” said John Kirby, Alaska’s vice president of capacity planning, seen here in front of a 737-800 and the Paine Field Tower on Jan. 16 in Everett. (Andy Bronson / Herald file)

“They are some of the most popular (routes) for the Everett community, specifically,” said John Kirby, Alaska’s vice president of capacity planning, seen here in front of a 737-800 and the Paine Field Tower on Jan. 16 in Everett. (Andy Bronson / Herald file)

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