Boeing increases fuel efficiency for 737 Max

Boeing said it plans to improve the fuel efficiency of its updated 737 Max to 14%. Boeing has received more than 1,600 orders for the jetliner, which is scheduled for its first deliveries in 2017. The 737 Max will perform its first test flights in 2016.

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