Ryanair challenges Boeing to add seats to 737 MAX

Credit: Courtesy, Boeing
Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair has challenged Boeing to find space for an extra 11 seats on its forthcoming 737 MAX, as it seeks to wring maximum productivity from the next-generation single-aisle aircraft. The 737 MAX is designed to have 189 seats, but Ryanair has for some time sought a capacity...

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