COMMERCIAL AVIATION Boeing rolled out the first 737 MAX 9 on March 7. Seating up to 220 passengers, the 737-9 is planned to enter service in 2018. The baseline 737-8 variant received FAA certification on March 9, and Boeing is formally offering airlines the further stretched, 230-seat -10X for delivery in 2020. After years of conflict and a total of 29 strike days, Lufthansa and its pilot union, Vereinigung Cockpit, announced on March 15 they have reached an agreement that solves all ...

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