Systems, interior and maintenance changes are set to bolster 737 in run-up to MAX
With more than 2,300 current model 737s still due to be delivered before the first reengined MAX variant makes its debut in 2017, Boeing is taking steps to improve the aircraft's competitiveness by studying a new set of upgrades which could also help bridge the transition between the two. The emergence of a further wave of potential upgrades comes as the last portion of a 737 product improvement package (PIP) is being readied for introduction on the production line at Renton, Wash. ...
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