Alaska Airlines has ordered six more 737-900 Extended Range aircraft, valued at $594 million. The new aircraft, four scheduled for delivery in 2016 and two in 2017, bring Alaska’s total of Boeing aircraft on order to 79. “We’re delighted Boeing is able to expedite delivery of four of these new 737-900ERs, increasing the number of planes we’ll receive next year to 19,” said Andrew Harrison, Alaska Airlines executive vice president and chief revenue officer. “These comfortable and highly efficient jets will expand and strengthen our already leading Pacific Northwest network.” Over the next few years, Alaska’s remaining 737-400s will be

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