Boeing is preparing to begin flight tests of the third and smallest member of the 737 MAX family, the 737-7, following the Feb. 5 rollout of the first aircraft at its Renton, Washington, plant.  Boeing is scheduled to begin delivering the 737-7 in 2019, but hopes upcoming flight tests will generate positive news to help stimulate further sales. While overall sales of the MAX family have mushroomed to almost 4,100, the 737-7 has lagged behind. Despite a redesign of the -7 in 2016 to ...

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