Alaska Airlines to add over 50 Boeing 737 MAX planes in 2024-2027

Alaska Airlines said it will buy 52 737 MAX planes between 2024 and 2027.

SEATTLE – Alaska Airlines on Wednesday announced it is purchasing more than 50 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, marking the largest purchase of Boeing aircraft in the airline’s history.

Alaska Airlines said it will purchase 52 737 MAX planes between 2024 and 2027. This will increase its 737 MAX fleet from 94 to 146. The airline also secured rights for an additional 105 aircraft to arrive. year 2030.

This is the largest commitment to future aircraft in the company’s 90-year history, Alaska Airlines said in a statement.

“This investment ensures the aircraft optimizes our growth over the next decade, which we know will be a formidable competitive advantage,” said Alaska Airlines CEO Ben Minicucci. our future and the wonderful partnership we share with our home aircraft manufacturer at Boeing. ”

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Alaska Airlines said it expects to have 43 more 737 MAX planes between now and the end of 2023. It estimates a new 737 MAX will be delivered about every 10 days.

These new additions will be added to a fleet of 35 aircraft consisting of only Boeing aircraft.

Alaska Airlines says its fleet is “one of the most efficient, environmentally friendly and profitable in the industry.”

This future commitment comes as Boeing reported a $3.3 billion loss for the third quarter on Wednesday, due to a fall in revenue that fell short of expectations and heavy losses on its fixed-cost programs. government includes the new presidential aircraft of Air Force One.

The company blamed higher production and supply chain costs for losses in government programs.

CEO David Calhoun said Boeing remains in a “challenging environment” and “has much work ahead to promote stability.”

Revenue from Boeing’s steadily growing space and defense business fell 20% and it took $2.8 billion in fees for the military fuel tanker, Air Force One, a NASA program to build a spacecraft that can take astronauts to the International Space Station and other programs.

“We’re not ashamed of that,” Calhoun said on a call with analysts.

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Edmund DeMarche

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