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737 MAX efficiency, reliability, passenger appeal

The Boeing 737 MAX family brings the latest technology to the most popular jet aircraft of all time, the 737. The 737 MAX is designed to provide passengers with a comfortable flying experience and more direct routes to their favorite destinations.

Airlines are taking advantage of the MAX's incredible range and flexibility, offering passengers connections to smaller cities around the globe including transatlantic and trans-continental routes.

The unmatched reliability of the MAX means more 737 flights depart on time with fewer delays. And technological advances plus powerful LEAP-1B engines are helping to redefine the future of efficient and environmentally friendly air travel.

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737 MAX Global Customers That Have Taken Delivery

The 737 MAX family is designed to offer the greatest flexibility, reliability and efficiency in the single-aisle market. Every airplane will feature the new Boeing Sky Interior, highlighted by modern sculpted sidewalls and window reveals, LED lighting that enhances the sense of spaciousness and larger pivoting overhead stowage bins.

The 737 MAX is the fastest-selling airplane in Boeing history, accumulating nearly 4,700 orders from more than 100 customers worldwide.

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    Connecting the World

    New Routes and the 787 Dreamliner Family
    With its unparalleled fuel efficiency and range flexibility, the 787 Dreamliner family is helping airlines open new nonstop routes profitably. At more than 120 new routes and counting, the 787 family is connecting cities and people around the world while meeting passengers’ expectations for direct flights.
    130+ new routes as of 2017.

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    Technical Specs

    737 MAX 7737 MAX 8737 MAX 9737 MAX 10
    Seats (2-class) 138 – 153 162 – 178 178 – 193 188 – 204
    Maximum seats 172 210 220 230
    Range nm (km) 3,850 (7,130) 3,550 (6,570) 3,550 (6,570)* 3,300 (6,110)*
    Length 35.56 m (116 ft 8 in) 39.52 m (129 ft 8 in) 42.16 m (138 ft 4 in) 43.8 m (143 ft 8 in)
    Wingspan 35.9 m (117 ft 10 in) 35.9 m (117 ft 10 in) 35.9 m (117 ft 10 in) 35.9 m (117 ft 10 in)
    Engine LEAP-1B from CFM International LEAP-1B from CFM International LEAP-1B from CFM International LEAP-1B from CFM International
    210 seats: 737-8-200 *one auxiliary tank *one auxiliary tank

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    Videos

    737 MAX Feature Stories

    Boeing, Jeju Air Announce Order for up to 50 737 MAX Airplanes

    Boeing, Jeju Air Announce Order for up to 50 737 MAX Airplanes

    November 20, 2018 in Commercial

    Boeing and Jeju Air announced the airline is ordering 40 737 MAX 8 airplanes with options for 10 additional jets.

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    737 MAX 9 Awarded Type Certification by FAA

    737 MAX 9 Awarded Type Certification

    February 16, 2018 in Commercial

    The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Thursday awarded Boeing an amended type certificate for the 737 MAX 9, officially certifying the airplane for commercial service.

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    737 MAX Era Begins in China

    737 MAX Era Begins in China

    November 3, 2017 in Commercial

    Air China, China’s national flag carrier took delivery of its first 737 MAX 8 this week, becoming the first Chinese airline to operate this brand-new airplane.

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    Opening up new routes, opportunities with 737 MAX

    Opening up new routes, opportunities with 737 MAX

    September 22, 2017 in Commercial

    With infinite new route possibilities that come with extended range, the 737 MAX is following in the footsteps of the 787 Dreamliner and 767 before it, connecting communities and people in new and exciting ways.

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    737 MAX 9 Makes its First Flight

    737 MAX 9 Makes its First Flight

    April 13, 2017 in Commercial

    Experience the airplane's historic journey that took place April 13, 2017.

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    Boeing completes its first 737 MAX delivery

    Boeing completes its first 737 MAX delivery

    May 17, 2017 in Our Commitment

    Boeing delivered its newest single-aisle jet, the Renton-built 737 MAX, on Tuesday to Malaysia-based Malindo Air, which will be the first customer to put the MAX into commercial service.

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    Chillin' with the MAX

    Chillin' with the MAX

    March 20, 2017 in Commercial, Technology

    Boeing flight test teams deliberately froze the 737 MAX at one of the coldest passenger airports in the world, then watched it roar back to life without a hitch.

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    1st 737 MAX 9 debuts as employees – and world – look on

    1st 737 MAX 9 debuts as employees – and world – look on

    March 9, 2017 in Commercial

    737 MAX 9 inspires pride and awe.

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    737 MAX makes a splash

    737 MAX makes a splash

    January 18, 2017 in Technology, Commercial

    Boeing test teams take the 737 MAX for a little dip during water spray testing in Montana.

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    SpiceJet Announces Deal for up to 205 Airplanes

    SpiceJet Announces Deal for up to 205 Airplanes

    January 12, 2017 in Commercial

    Largest order in low-cost carrier's history.

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    GECAS Announces 75 Airplane Order for the 737 MAX

    GECAS Announces 75 Airplane Order for the 737 MAX

    January 4, 2017 in Commercial

    75 737 MAXs on order for GECAS.

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    BOC Aviation Announces Order for 22 737s

    BOC Aviation Announces Order for 22 737s

    November 24, 2015 in Commercial

    Deal for 11 Next-Generation 737s and 11 737 MAX 8s to fulfill growing customer demand for new technology, fuel efficient airplanes.

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    Jet Airways  announces  75 airplane order for the 737 MAX 8

    Jet Airways announces 75 airplane order for the 737 MAX 8

    November 10, 2015 in Commercial

    Boeing and Jet Airways, India's premier international airline, announced an order for 75 737 MAX 8 airplanes at the 2015 Dubai Airshow on Nov. 9, 2015.

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    The Seattle Delivery Center

    The Seattle Delivery Center

    October 19, 2015 in Commercial

    The Seattle Delivery Center has delivered more than 12,000 commercial airplanes from Boeing Field since the first Boeing 707 was delivered in 1958. Increasing demand and deliveries of the Next-Generation 737 and the 737 MAX calls for a larger, more capable facility. Step inside the new Seattle Delivery Center.

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