Boeing introduces the first 737 MAX 9 aircraft
March 8, 2017- Renton Planet, U.S.A
Boeing made a celebration yesterday on the occasion of the introduction of its first Boeing 737 MAX 9 aircraft to the employees at its manufacturing headquarter in Renton Planet.
The 737 MAX 9 aircraft is the second member of Boeing’s 737 MAX series and has a maximum seat capacity to hold 220 passengers along with a range of 3,515 nautical miles.
The airplane will now go on for the system checks and fuel along with engine will run on the flight line. Boeing will begin the flight testing in the coming weeks soon after the completion of the checks along with the final phase of verification of the operational characteristics and overall performance of the newly produced aircraft.
Boeing plans to bring 737 MAX 9 into flight operation from next year.
An elder member of The Boeing 737 MAX Series, 737 MAX 8 will be delivered to the airline operator from second quarter this year.
Marketing Chief of Boeing Randy Tinseth had also unveiled the images of 737 MAX 10 aircraft on 6 March during the ISTAT Americas convention in San Diego, California. Boeing 737 MAX 10 will be the third member of the 737 MAX Series after the production.