‘No need to panic’: Alaska express to continue operations with minimal disruption

Alaska Express Inc. said Thursday it plans to continue with its daily express operations with no significant disruption in the Northeast.

The company said it expects to continue to offer Alaska Express services until the end of the year.

The company said its Alaska Express buses are equipped with GPS tracking technology and will continue to have a customer service hotline that can be reached via email.

Alaska Express operates Alaska, West Coast and Pacific Express routes.

It operates its Alaska and Alaska Express service in the Southwest and Gulf of Mexico.

Alaska Express also operates Alaska Express and Alaska Northwest services in Alaska, Alaska Express, West, Alaska Northwest and Pacific Northwest.

A second company, Alaska Alaska Express International, is also operating in Alaska.

Alaska Alaska International operates in the West Coast.

Both companies say they have no intention of disrupting Alaska Express operations, even with the disruption caused by a winter storm last month.

Alaskans can buy tickets on Alaska Express for up to 90 days, but it is unlikely that any of those tickets will be used, Alaska Dispatch News reported.

Alaska Airlines, the parent company of Alaska Express in the Northwest, said Thursday the company plans to remain operational through the winter and expects to reopen in early January.

Aloha Airlines and Southwest Airlines have also said they expect to continue operating Alaska Express routes through the holidays.

Alaska Express Inc. said Thursday it plans to continue with its daily express operations with no significant disruption in the…