Air Algérie finalises order for eight Boeing 737 MAX 9
Air Algerie has said it has reached an agreement with Boeing to acquire eight 737 Max 9 aircraft.
Air Algerie chief executive Yacine Benslimane signed the contract with Boeing commercial sales regional director Laura Wolfe-Schulte.
Wolf-Schulte says the purchase of the Max 9s is “strengthening a partnership” with the airline, one which has spanned six decades.
Air Algerie has also revealed that is taking two Airbus A350-1000s and five A330-900s for long-haul modernisation.
All 737 Max jets are powered by CFM International Leap-1B engines.
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