Alaska Airlines introduces the first Boeing 737-900ER into service

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Alaska Airlines took possession of the first Boeing 737-900ER and operated the first commercial flight. The flight was on the Seattle - San Diego route. The aircraft competes with Airbus A321. It transports up to 200 passengers, has greater autonomy and offers greater comfort to passengers.

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Alaska Airlines plans to enrich its fleet with 38 737-900ER aircraft. It will still receive 3 by the end of this year and another 9 in 2013. The 38 will arrive in the 2017. Alaska Airlines has a fleet of 121 of 737 Boeing and operates flights to 91 from destinations. The planes are used on transcontinental routes in the USA and Hawaii. Boeing 737-900ER Alaska is configured in 2 classes, with 16 seats in Business and 165 in Economic. All 737-900ER aircraft ordered will come equipped with Boeing Sky Interior.

right Alaska Airlines, the new lighter seats will save about 8000 liters of fuel / year per aircraft.

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