Boeing has firmed configuration of the 230-seat stretch of the 737 MAX family of narrowbodies, the MAX 10, which was launched at the Paris Air Show in June. MAX 10 commitments have grown from 325 at launch to 416 from 18 customers—the bulk of them in the Asia-Pacific region. “The -10 plugged a hole that we had,” Boeing Commercial Airplanes VP-marketing Randy Tinseth said during the Singapore Air Show this week. “We didn’t have as many seats as the Airbus A321. ...

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