Alaska Airlines has firmed an order for two additional Boeing 737-900ER aircraft, in a deal worth $192 million at current list prices. The order was announced as the carrier took delivery of its 100th 737 NextGen aircraft. In September, Alaska ordered five additional 737-900ERs, worth $481 million at current list prices. Two of the aircraft will arrive in 2015, two in 2016 and one in 2017. Alaska Air Group VP-finance and treasurer Mark Eliasen said, “The 737-900ER has proven to be an ...

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