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Alaska Air says too early to talk about future 737 MAX deliveries

Reuters Thursday, 14 March 2019 ()
Alaska Air Group Inc said on Thursday it was too early to discuss its future 737 MAX deliveries from Boeing Co, following a deadly crash involving one of the planes in Ethiopia this past Sunday.
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Alaska Air said it was too early to discuss its future 737 MAX deliveries from Boeing, Reuters reports. Alaska Air currently has 32 pending orders for the narrowbody 737 MAX aircraft. The airline issued a statement saying, "We are committed to ensuring the safety of our guests and employees." The...

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