Boeing has commitments from eight airlines for more than 600 737 Max aircraft, the company’s marketing VP said in a Nov. 4 briefing. Speaking at the Assn. of Asia Pacific Airlines annual meeting in Seoul, Randy Tinseth said a commitment means that an airline has paid a deposit to secure its order for the 737 Max, a modified version of the narrowbody that will be fitted with the CFM International Leap 1-B engine. Tinseth said 737 production would ramp up from 31.5 a month now to ...

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