Aeromexico has taken delivery of the first of up
to 90 Boeing 737 MAX airplanes.
The airline plans to use the more fuel-efficient
and longer-range MAX jets to expand its network across the
In 2012 Aeromexico placed an order for up to 90
MAX airplanes, including the MAX 8 and the larger MAX 9 variant.
The two models offer the airline the flexibility to fly between
approximately 160 and 190 passengers on flights of about 3,550
nautical miles (6,570 kilometers).
"We are very proud to be
one of the first airlines in Latin America operating this
aircraft, which allows us to provide operational efficiencies that
translate into multiple benefits for our clients, both in terms of
their experience on-board and the options they have to reach their
destination," said Andrés Conesa, CEO of Aeromexico.
The 737 MAX family is powered by the latest CFM
International LEAP-1B engines.
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