Boeing 737 MAX 8 Southwest Airlines in Victorville
Southwest Airlines, the largest low-cost carrier in the United States, has begun moving Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft to Victorville in the Mojave Desert.
Specifically, until 737 MAX issues are resolved, 34 Southwest Airlines' Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft will be stored at Southern California Logistics Airport.
Boeing 737 MAX 8 Southwest Airlines aircraft
737 MAX Southwest Airlines aircraft received special FAA approval to move to the Mojave Desert. The flight codes will be consecutive, starting with 8700.
First 737 MAX 8 Southwest operated flight # WN8700, on the Baltimore - Victorville route, on March 23. # WN8701 was operated from Dallas. #WN8702 flight was operated from Indianapolis etc.
Southwest Airlines has decided to move all 737 MAX 8 aircraft to
Southern California Logistics Airport for economic reasons, being cheaper than operational commercial airports.