SWA takes in more aircraft from other airlines.

swamt

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Nice! Southwest is still taking on abandoned Max orders from other airlines. A very easy and cheaper way to grow the fleet extremely fast. SWA has an open agreement with Boeing to take on any and all abandoned and/or options that other airlines no longer want. These are part of the settlement agreement between Boeing and SWA after the Max's were grounded for so long. Instead of SWA abandoning the Max's (as they new the issues would get fixed) they actually used the grounding settlement agreement to their advantage into a very positive way to grow the fleet very quickly. Way to go SWA. This is just one airline that by-passed on the Max jets they had on order...


 

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Dec 23, 2017
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Nice! Southwest is still taking on abandoned Max orders from other airlines. A very easy and cheaper way to grow the fleet extremely fast. SWA has an open agreement with Boeing to take on any and all abandoned and/or options that other airlines no longer want. These are part of the settlement agreement between Boeing and SWA after the Max's were grounded for so long. Instead of SWA abandoning the Max's (as they new the issues would get fixed) they actually used the grounding settlement agreement to their advantage into a very positive way to grow the fleet very quickly. Way to go SWA. This is just one airline that by-passed on the Max jets they had on order...


great more junk engines.