Boeing's Second 737 MAX Variant Begins Flight Test

Credit: Paul Weatherman/Boeing
SEATTLE—The first 737-9, the second member of Boeing’s 737 MAX family, made its first flight from the company’s Renton, Washington, facility on April 13, marking the start of a planned nine-month flight test and certification campaign. The flight, which occurred just four days after the 50th...

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