Reportedly, Boeing (BA) has received orders for 23 more Boeing 737 Max jets from Alaska Airlines making its largest U.S. order for the aerospace giant since its return to service. Alaska Airlines now has 68 Boeing 737 Max aircraft on order and 52 on option.
“We believe in this airplane, we believe in our strong partnership with Boeing, and we believe in the future of Alaska Airlines and the incredible opportunities ahead as we climb our way out of this pandemic,” stated Alaska Airlines CEO Brad Tilden.
Earlier this month, Ireland’s Ryanair (RYAAY) ordered 75 Boeing 737 Max planes earlier this month, its biggest overall order since the grounding of the aircraft. The FAA approved the jet’s return to service on Nov. 18.
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