Boeing Takes A Swing At Airbus With Larger 737 Max

The 737 Max 10 is five-and-a-half feet longer than its current 737 Max 9 to squeeze more seats.
Boeing said Monday that its board of directors has given the green light to develop a new super-stretched version of its single-aisle 737 Max.
The first member of the Max family, the Max 8, entered service last month, flying with a Malaysian low-cost airline, Malindo Air.
They made up more than 40% of Airbus’s single-aisle jet deliveries in 2016, up from just 13% in 2010.
But its largest jet, the 737 Max 9, which is making its debut here this week, has been a paltry seller versus the A321neo.

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