Alaska Airlines does not know when it will get its Boeing 737 Max 10s, but its executive in charge of its fleet wishes the carrier had ordered more.
“If the -10 had existed when we placed the order, I would have made it 90% of our order,” Nat Pieper, Alaska senior vice president of fleet, finances and alliances told The Air Current in Istanbul at the International Air Transport Association’s Annual General Meeting.
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