Boeing rolled out the 737 MAX 10 at an employee-only event in Renton, Washington Nov. 21, a significant step in its effort to slow the Airbus A321neo’s momentum. The newest MAX, slated to conduct its first flight in 2020, is 64-in. longer than the MAX 9, giving the aircraft a two-class capacity of 188-204 passengers, depending on configurations. Airbus touts the A321neo’s two-class capacity at 180-220 seats. The MAX 10’s maximum capacity will be 230 seats, while the ...

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