Alaska Airlines stopped flying 727s a few years ago. You can check fates of all individual Alaska Airlines 727s on website http://people.a2000.nl/sverb (and search for "Alaska"). Many of their last ones ended up with American Trans Air, just like N290AS
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AS's last 727 flight was in September of 1994. The aircraft was a B727-100F Tail number N753AS. The flight was from SEA to ANC and then back to SEA. I was on the ground crew that turned the aircraft at ANC.
I belive that the last passenger flight was in April of the same year but don't hold me to that.
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