Alaska Airlines versus Delta reflects Seattle’s growth

Chris Guizlo / November 5, 2015

The ongoing fight for passengers out of the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is just another example of the amazing growth our region is seeing. Figures show that in July 4.4 million passengers passed through the airport, and traffic is up 13.4 percent on the year. That’s more than three times the projected growth!

Much of that growth is from the ongoing competition between Alaska Airlines and Delta, highlighted in this month’s Seattle Business magazine. Our own Aaron Blank, president and CEO of The Fearey Group is quoted in the article about why we here at TFG fly Alaska. Check it out.  

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Chris Guizlo

Account Supervisor

Chris is at the cusp of what’s next when it comes to the digital world, and we’re thankful for it. When he’s not answering questions about podcast strategy or live streaming events, you can find him pitching media and writing blog posts for clients. His unique background in Washington D.C., both in political affairs and as a Communications Manager for the American Heart Association, provides a point of view that is invaluable to the work we do every day. He has the ability to immerse himself in his clients’ worlds, becoming a subject-matter expert who is genuinely invested in their business.

After work you can often find Chris enjoying a pint at a local microbrewery, taking in a Seahawks game, playing with his dog, London, or traveling around the country for airline miles.