Boeing announced Wednesday it has made a series of design changes to the 737 MAX to further optimize the new-engine variant's performance.
737 MAX. Courtesy, Boeing Boeing announced Wednesday it has made a series of design changes to the 737 MAX to further optimize the new-engine variant's performance. The design improvements include an extended tail cone, an integrated engine/wing design similar to that of the 787, and fly-by-wire spoilers. A potential revision to the wing tips is also being considered and evaluated in wind tunnel tests. The tail cone will be extended and the section above the elevator thickened ...
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