The Boeing 737 MAX narrowbody will make its international airshow debut Monday when it takes part in the flying display of the Farnborough Airshow. The aircraft, the fourth flight-test aircraft in the MAX program and an -8 variant, was flown across the Atlantic by Boeing specifically to appear at Farnborough. Reporters were given a preview of the aircraft July 7, a day ahead of the show opening. The MAX, which is sole-source powered by the CFM International LEAP-1B engine, is a direct ...

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