United Airlines plans to place its first Boeing 737-9s into revenue service June 7 on routes connecting its Houston Intercontinental (IAH) hub and five cities, including its summer seasonal-nonstop route to Anchorage, Alaska. The other routes for United’s first 737 MAX-family aircraft link IAH with Austin (AUS), Fort Lauderdale, Orlando (MCO), and San Diego. Most of the routes are currently flown with 737-900s, though United is using some 737-800s on IAH-MCO and Airbus A319s on ...

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