Southwest Airlines plans to acquire new Boeing 737 Max aircraft with the addition of 30 aircraft to its fleet. On 18 November, at most two years of grounding, the Boeing 737 Max for Southwest Airlines will return to the sky.
Boeing refused to elaborate on the headline, although Southwest Airlines said it was operating to update its trade volume with the Manufacturer. Boeing stated last month that it intends to receive 737 MAX clearance to start delivery throughout the fourth quarter, although it is trying to recover from a 20-month-old full ban caused by two accidents.
However, in 2019, when airspace authorities across the globe grounded the aircraft, the Max scheme fell to a stop. Southwest was compelled to ground the aircraft at its cost, together with American Airlines and United Airlines in the US, and warm-weather boneyards rapidly flooded up with the new arrivals around the world.
While also outbreak-battered airlines are not willing to introduce new aircraft, any that are now capable of making offers will obtain favorable terms for versions that would cut fuel and repair costs instead of the inevitable commercial flying recovery.