Does Alaska fly the 737 MAX?
Then, does Alaska Airlines fly the 737 MAX?
Alaska Airlines announced today a firm order for 20 737 MAX 8s, 17 737 MAX 9s and 13 Next-Generation 737-900ERs. The order, with a current list-price value of $5 billion, is the largest in Alaska Airlines' history. Alaska Airlines currently operates 120 Boeing 737s.
Also Know, which airlines fly the Boeing 737 Max? As of January 31, 2019, Boeing had 5,011 firm orders from 79 identified customers for the 737 MAX, and the top three identified airline customers for the 737 MAX are: Southwest Airlines with 280 orders, Flydubai with 251 orders, and Lion Air with 201 orders.
Likewise, does Alaska Airlines use Boeing 737 MAX 8 planes?
Our passengers' safety is and will always be our top priority.” Alaska Airlines says it does not use any Boeing 737 Max planes: “Our hearts are with all those impacted by the Ethiopian Airlines tragedy. At this time we do not have any Max aircraft in our fleet.”
What planes does Alaska Air Use?
Alaska Air Group maintains an operational fleet of:
- 166 Boeing 737 aircraft, with an average age of 9.1 years;
- 71 Airbus A320 aircraft, with an average age of 8.6 years;
- 33 Bombardier Q400 aircraft with an average age of 11.7 years;
- 30 Embraer 175 aircraft with an average age of 1.6 years.