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The improved MAX 7 and 8 will fly farther, increase revenue and provide the lowest seat mile cost of any airplane in its class.
The BBJ Max 7, 8, & 9 family is Boeing's most successful aircraft range and the latest Max model - which is due to be delivered in 2017 with launch customer Southwest Airlines - was borne out the desire for airlines to have more fuel efficient planes.
The airplane will open new markets and provide exceptional performance for high elevation airports and opens new opportunities for low cost carrier airlines. The improved BBJ Max 8 — A Better Way to Fly!
BBJ Max Efficiency delivers 8% lower operating costs than its main competitor. The new BBJ Max Advanced Technology winglet increases fuel efficiency by 1.8%.
BBJ Max Reliability – the benefit of 99.7% dispatch reliability is that an airline with a fleet of 100 737 MAXs will avoid delaying over 65,000 passengers
BBJ Max Passenger Appeal is found in the new Boeing Sky Interior, which dramatically elevates the passenger experience
Better environmental performance. The superior fuel efficiency of the BBJ Max reduces carbon emissions. The quieter BBJ Max has a 40% smaller noise footprint than today's single-aisle airplanes
The Boeing BBJ Max is an American narrow body jetliner series being developed by Boeing Commercial Airplanes as the successor to the Boeing 737 Next Generation series.
The BBJ Max is the fourth generation of the BBJ Max family, with the primary change being the use of the larger and more efficient CFM International LEAP-1B engines and modifications to the airframe.
As of June 30, 2016, Boeing has 3,218 firm orders for the aircraft. The 737 MAX first flew on January 29, 2016, nearly 49 years after the maiden flight of the 737 on April 9, 1967; the MAX is scheduled for first delivery in 2017 with launch customer Southwest Airlines.
Boeing expects the 737 MAX to meet or exceed the range of the Airbus A320neo. The first 737 MAX aircraft is scheduled to be delivered in 2017.
Since 2006, Boeing has discussed replacing the BBJ Max with a "clean-sheet" design that could follow the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
A decision on this replacement was postponed, and delayed into 2011. In November 2014, it was reported that Boeing intends to replace the 737 by 2030 with a new airplane, possibly with a composite air frame, internally named Boeing Y1.
In 2010, Boeing's competitor, Airbus, launched the Airbus A320neo, which boasted new engines which improve fuel burn and operating efficiency.
The decision was met with positive reaction by many airlines and they began making major orders for the aircraft.
Pressure from airlines for more fuel efficient aircraft forced Boeing to shelve plans for developing a replacement aircraft, the Boeing Y1, and instead focus on upgrading the BBJ Max.
There are three main variants of the new family, the 737 MAX 7, 737 MAX 8 and 737 MAX 9 which are based on the 737-700, -800 and -900ER, respectively, the best-selling versions of the 737 Next Generation family.
Boeing has stated that the fuselage lengths and door configurations from the Boeing 737 Next Generation family will be retained on the first three 737 MAX variants.
On July 23, 2013, Boeing completed the firm configuration for the 737 MAX 8. In December 2013, Boeing stated that a recent internal audit forecasts a 14% lower fuel burn than current 737NG series aircraft.
In September 2014, Boeing launched a high density version of the 737 MAX 8, named the 737 MAX 200. The MAX 200 is named for its seating for up to 200 passengers in a single-class high-density configuration with slimline seats.
An extra exit door is required because of the higher passenger capacity. Three of eight galley trolleys are removed to accommodate more passenger space..
Boeing states that this version will be 20% more cost efficient per seat than current 737 models, and will be the most efficient narrow body on the market when delivered, including 5% lower operating costs than the 737 MAX 8
Boeing has increased 737 production to 42 per month in 2014, and plans to increase rates to 47 per month in 2017 and 52 per month in 2018.
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