SINGAPORE—Boeing reports market interest in its 737‑10, the 230-seat stretch of the MAX twinjet, is gathering momentum, as the design passes the firm-configuration milestone and potential operators gain confidence in the ruggedness of the landing-gear redesign underpinning the fuselage extension. Since launching the 737-10 with 325 orders at the Paris Air Show in June, Boeing has seen the backlog grow to 416 commitments from 18 customers, the bulk of them in the Asia-Pacific region. ...

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