Alaska Airlines has placed an order for 10 Boeing 737-900ERs, in a deal valued at $990 million at current list prices. The order builds on Alaska’s all-Boeing fleet. “These new airplanes will not only allow network growth, but also enable further cost reductions by replacing Alaska’s 737-400s with new 737-900ERs, capable of carrying 25% more passengers while using the same amount of fuel,” Alaska Airlines said in a statement. Alaska Airlines president and CEO Brad ...

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