SEATTLE—Boeing has rolled out the first high-density seating minor-model derivative of the 737 MAX 8 aircraft, modified with an additional set of passenger cabin exit doors to seat up to 200. The aircraft, which rolled out of the company’s Renton facility in mid-November, is the first of 135 737 MAX 8-200s destined for Irish LCC Ryanair. The airline—which originally launched the model as the MAX 200 ‘Gamechanger’ with an order for 100 in 2014—subsequently ...

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