The Boeing 737 MAX 9 has gained FAA certification, clearing the way for the second variant in the MAX family to enter commercial service. The MAX 9’s certification follows the certification of the first MAX family member—the 737 MAX 8—by just over 11 months. Following its March 2017 certification, the MAX 8 entered revenue service in May 2017. The MAX 9 has a maximum capacity of 220 passengers in a single-class configuration, 10 more seats than the MAX 8. The CFM ...

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