Alaska Airlines Operates First 737 MAX Flight

Alaska Airlines have launched flights operated by the airlines brand new Boeing 737 MAX 9 aircraft.

In January, Alaska Airlines took delivery of their first MAX aircraft following a long delay in the delivery of the aircraft, caused by the 20-month grounding of the 737 MAX.

The new aircraft will start by operating on Alaska’s Seattle – San Diego route, before also flying between Seattle and Los Angeles. The airlines second 737 MAX will enter service later this month.

Late last year, Alaska ordered an additional 23 737 MAX Aircraft and struck a deal to lease extra 737 MAX, in a big win for Boeing at the time.


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