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Boeing Unveils the 737 MAX Series

Posted by Jackie Vincent on Sep 12, 2011 1:13:00 PM

Boeing 737 MAX

Boeing’s new engine variant for their successful 737 is the 737 MAX. This new group (737 MAX 7, 737 MAX 8 and 737 MAX 9) is predicted to deliver great results. This series of aircraft have been given the title of “MAX” due to the maximum optimization of everything involved in the design, maintenance and operation of the planes. Perhaps the most enticing aspect is the large fuel savings. According to the manufacturer, there will be a 7 percent advantage in operating costs in comparison to the competition. This advantage can be attributed to the CFM International LEAP-1B engines. They are said to have supreme structural design which allows for greater efficiency and less maintenance necessary.

In addition to the perk of paying less for fuel, consumers can appreciate the reliability of the 737 MAX series. They will continue to boast the Next-Generation 737’s highest reliability rate of any aircraft in the world (a 99.7 percent on-time departure rate). For those who are most interested in luxury, the 737 Boeing Sky Interior is the aircraft which will garner their attention. The interior is very spacious and comfortable, which is in large part due to the fact that overhead bins are hidden in the ceiling.

Over time, I am sure that we will see the MAX series reach the popularity of the traditional 737. Boeing has said that they predict more than 23,000 airplanes to be sold in the 737’s market over the next 20 years.

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