CFM delivers first 737 MAX engines to Boeing

Credit: CFM International
CFM International has delivered the first LEAP-1B engines to Boeing to power the 737 MAX. The first 737 MAX with mounted LEAP-1B engines is expected to be rolled out by Boeing in December, and the re-engined aircraft’s first flight is slated for early 2016. CFM EVP Allen Paxson said in a statement,...

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