The Boeing 737 MAX is starting its last wind tunnel test phase, with high-speed testing getting under way in the company’s transonic facility March 19 in Seattle. According to Boeing Commercial Marketing VP Randy Tinseth, the low-speed portion of the wind tunnel work started in February at QinetiQ’s facility in Farnborough, U.K. Together with the high-speed work in the transonic tunnel, the ongoing evaluation in the U.K. “will update the model to incorporate the minor changes we’re ...
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