It was ten years ago that Alaska Airlines launched Club 49, a program developed for and offered exclusively to Alaskans that saves them approximately $22 million to $24 million per year.
“We are pleased to be playing a role in getting more Alaskans vaccinated and certainly agree that this is a major function in bouncing back from the pandemic,” says President and CEO Bruce Bustamante.
While drone technology may have been born elsewhere, in Alaska its capabilities have been put to the test, and now the aeronautics industry is taking off on St. Paul Island.
“We’re [launching 2 Gig internet service] because we believe in the technology and because we believe that Alaskans deserve to have state-of-the-art telecommunications,” said GCI CEO Ron Duncan.
Wolf has contributed to strengthening economic relations between Japan and Alaska, promoting mutual understanding and friendship between Japan and the United States since he started working as the Trade Representative of the State of Alaska in Japan in 1991.
“We have had no disruptions or slowdowns during the COVID pandemic—and that is a testament to our employees who understand this responsibility, who care about what they do every day,” says Span Alaska then-President Tom Souply.
Founder and owner Bill Hoople speaks to the good people and good timing that lead to decades of success for HC Contractors, based in Fairbanks.
“As we take a look at 2021, our focus is getting back to work for Alaska’s future,” says ConocoPhillips Alaska President Erec Isaacson.