Alaska Airlines signed a firm order of 52 airplanes with Boeing to expand its 737 MAX fleet, with an additional option of 42 737-10 and 10 737-9 jets. This order is a part of the airline’s plan to build an efficient and sustainable fleet. Ben Minicucci, CEO, Alaska Airlines said: “This investment secures aircraft to optimize our growth through the next decade, which we know will be a formidable competitive advantage. We’re proud of the strong financial foundation that uniquely positions Alaska to make this commitment to our future, and of the fantastic partnership we share with our hometown aircraft manufacturer at
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