On March 7th, Boeing rolled out of their Renton, WA factory the first ever 737 MAX 9, the largest member of the 737 MAX family. With 16 more seats than the popular 737 MAX 8 plus more range, flexibility and lower trip costs than the competition, the 737 MAX 9 will be used by airlines to grow while maintaining maximum profitability.
The 737 MAX 9 now begins system checks, fueling and engine runs on the flight line. Once completed, the airplane will begin flight testing — the final phase of verification of the operational characteristics and overall performance of a new airplane.
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