United Airlines Boeing 737-924 (2019 Livery)
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Why do we need this?
United’s first 737-900 in the new livery has arrived in Newark this evening @Z-Tube after many months of being held in storage due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The 737-900 is United’s domestic workhorse, operating between their hubs, to Hawaii, and to their many Caribbean destinations. This livery would be amazing to have on the 737-900, as we have it on the 737-800, so why not give it a fresh coat of paint along with the one coming for the jetBlue A320?
|Fuel Capacity||7,837 US gal|
|Cruise Speed||Mach 0.79|
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