Boeing Rolls Out First 737 MAX 10 Even As Grounding Persists
seat between 188 and 204 passengers in a two-class configuration
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November 23, 2019 - by Edward Russell for thepointsguy.com
Boeing has rolled out the first 737 MAX 10, even as the family of jets (737 MAX) remains grounded pending re-certification by global regulators.
The MAX 10 is the longest variant of the 737 family at 143 feet, 8 inches, and can seat between 188 and 204 passengers in a two-class configuration, according to Boeing's website.
For comparison, the original 737-100 that debuted in 1967 was only 94 feet long — or a little more than half the length of the MAX 10.
The roll out comes despite the global grounding the 737 MAX family since March
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