Boeing will add two more rows, or 12 seats, to the Boeing 737 MAX 7 compared with the 737-700, based on feedback from North American low-cost carriers Southwest Airlines and WestJet. “Our customers voted and they wanted an aircraft with more range and seat count than the 737-700NG, so we are officially increasing the size of that airplane by two seat rows,” Boeing Commercial Airplanes SVP global sales & marketing John Wojick said, announcing the change at the Farnborough ...

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