‘Block 2’ Leap Engine In​ 737 MAX Flight Testing

SEATTLE—Boeing began test flights of the first 737 MAX powered by the production-standard CFM Leap-1B on Sept. 22, marking a key milestone on the road towards the final phase of certification. The upgraded engine, which incorporates a revised low pressure (LP) compressor configuration to improve...

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