737 MAX. Courtesy, Boeing Boeing has achieved firm concept of its 737 MAX, and said it had defined “significant’ changes needed to achieve performance targets. "The team has a firm plan in place to incorporate all the changes necessary to realize a 13% fuel-use reduction within the scope and schedule of the program,” 737 VP and GM Beverly Wyse said. It announced the addition of a Honeywell electronic bleed air system (EBAS), designed to take airflow from the ...

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