Alaska Airlines Continues to Ground Boeing 737-9 Aircraft; 109 Flights Canceled on January 9th

Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 MAX

Alaska Airlines has announced the continued grounding of its Boeing 737-9 aircraft (Boeing 737 MAX 9).

The airline is waiting for inspection and maintenance instructions from Boeing and procedural approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Once approved, all aircraft must be inspected, and the results must be reported to the FAA in writing. The planes will not return to service until the entire process is complete.

As of 12:30 PM local time on January 9th, 109 scheduled flights for that day have been canceled.

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