Alaska Gets 100th 737, Orders 2 More

By Jesse Sokolow on 14 January 2014
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An Alaska Airlines jet in Los Angeles

An Alaska Airlines jet in Los Angeles

Alaska Airlines announced an order for two Boeing 737-900ER aircraft, valued at $192 million at list prices.  The airline also took delivery of its 100th Boeing Next-Generation 737 on Tuesday.

Alaska Airlines’ Boeing 737-900ER are outfitted with two classes and can seat up to 181 passengers.

In addition, the 737-900ERs feature Boeing Sky Interior, which offers new lighting expanded pivot bins, and 110-volt outlets at each seat.

Currently, the airline has a fleet consisting of 131 Boeing 737 aircraft, fourteen of which are 737-900ERs.

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