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Horizon Air is a regional airlines and part of the Alaska Air Group. As the regional carrier of Alaska Airlines, Horizon employs more than 3,500 people and maintains an operational fleet of 52 Bombardier Q400 aircraft, with an additional 33 Embraer E175 aircraft expected to be delivered in March 2017.

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