Southwest 737-7 Deal Adds Aircraft To Backlog, Reduces Short-Term Spend

Southwest Airlines has revised its delivery schedule and order with Boeing to shift more of its new aircraft purchases to the more fuel-efficient 737-7 MAX, and reduce some near-term capital spending. The low-cost carrier also agreed to acquire 10 used Boeing 737-700 aircraft for delivery in 2014...

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