Boeing’s 737 MAX Proves To Be More Efficient Than Initially Expected
Better-than-expected aerodynamic results from tests of the engine installation and advanced split winglet have prompted Boeing to increase its fuel-burn performance improvement predictions for the 737 MAX over the current models by one percentage point to 14%. The final performance audit follows the...
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