Whether you want to capture a “Kodiak” moment or down a daiquiri by the Sea of Cortez, an Alaska Air Group airplane can fly you there. Operating through primary subsidiary, Alaska Airlines, and regional carrier Horizon Air , the group flies more than 32 million passengers to more than 100 destinations in the US (mainly western states including Alaska and Hawaii), Canada, and Mexico. The group’s primary hub is Seattle (accounting for almost two-thirds of passengers), but it also flies out of key markets such as Portland, Oregon; Los Angeles; and Anchorage, Alaska. Alaska Airlines has a fleet of about 140 Boeing 737 jets. Horizon Air operates more than 50 Bombardier Q400 turboprops.