Alaska Airlines (AS) has placed a firm order for 20 Boeing 737 MAX 8s, 17 737 MAX 9s and 13 737-900ERs.
Computer rendering of 737 MAX in Alaska Airlines livery. Courtesy, Boeing Alaska Airlines (AS) has placed a firm order for 20 Boeing 737 MAX 8s, 17 737 MAX 9s and 13 737-900ERs. The order, valued at more than $5 billion at list prices, is the largest in AS history, both companies announced. The 13 737-900ERs will be powered by CFM56-7B engines and the 737 MAX aircraft will be powered by the advanced LEAP-1B engines, according to CFM International. AS currently operates 120 737s. ...
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