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Boeing Receives 737 MAX Jets Orders From Alaska Air

By John F. Heerdink, Jr.

As per reports, Alaska Air Group has placed orders for 13 Boeing Co (BA) 737-9 MAX airplanes and 17 Embraer 175 jets, as the U.S. carrier is expecting bookings to come back after Covid-19 vaccinations and travel to resume.

“Alaska expects domestic travel to return to pre-COVID levels by the summer of 2022, which will require more aircraft across Air Group,” the company said in a statement.

The company expects to take deliveries of nine out of 13 737-9 MAX planes in 2023, and the remaining four in 2024. The 17 Embraer 175 jets will add its regional fleet to 111 planes, with deliveries expected in 2022 and 2023.

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(Read Original Story: Alaska Air orders 13 Boeing 737 MAX jets as travel demand rebounds in Reuters)


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