Boeing is accelerating introduction of all three versions of the 737 MAX by six months. The first 737-8 is now due for first delivery toward the beginning of the third quarter of 2017, rather than in the fourth quarter. The 737-9 will follow 18 months later and that will be followed by the -7 another 18 months later. “Things are going so well,” Boeing Vice President and General Manager-Airplane Development Scott Fancher said yesterday at the Paris air show. “We anticipated the ...

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