The Chicago-based carrier said he had signed an agreement to buy 19 used Boeing 737-700 aircraft. Airplanes are expected to be delivered in December. He did not disclose the airline from which he bought the airplanes.
Despite the problems surrounding Max's ground, United had a strong quarter. Revenues jumped to 11.4 billion dollars, which is more than 6% compared to the same quarter a year ago. This was slightly above analysts' expectations. Shares are slightly higher in pre-trade. Last week, Delta Air Lines also reported strong earnings and increased their earnings forecast for 2019. The Atlanta-based carrier does not use Boeing 737 Max. )