Boeing plans to deliver revamped version of 737 in 2017

08/30/2011 | Wall Street Journal, The · Bloomberg

Boeing has secured board approval to build a revamped version of its 737 jet with enhanced engines. The company has lined up nearly 500 commitments from a handful of airlines to purchase the plane, called 737 MAX. Boeing plans to start delivering the 737 MAX in 2017, two years after Airbus is scheduled to start delivering a competing model.

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