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Boeing 737 MAX         
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  • The 737 MAX 9 mockup at the 2012 ILA Berlin
  • The Boeing 737 MAX 8 entered service with [[Lion Air]]'s subsidiary [[Malindo Air]] (wearing Batik Air Malaysia livery)
  • 737 MAX 9 first flight on April 13, 2017
  • winglet]] on the 737 MAX
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  • CFM LEAP engine nacelle with chevrons for noise reduction
  • Roll-out of the first Boeing 737 MAX in December 2015
  • 737 MAX 10 model at [[ILA Berlin Air Show]] 2018
  • MCAS]] redesign
  • The 737 MAX 7 at the 2018 [[Farnborough Airshow]]
  • A 737 MAX 200 of Ryanair with the extra pair of exit doors.
  • The 737 MAX 8 involved in the crash of [[Lion Air Flight 610]]
AIRLINER FAMILY BY BOEING
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The Boeing 737 MAX is the fourth generation of the Boeing 737, a narrow-body airliner manufactured by Boeing Commercial Airplanes (BCA), a division of American company Boeing. It succeeds the Boeing 737 Next Generation (NG) and competes with the Airbus A320neo family.
List of Boeing 737 MAX orders and deliveries         
WIKIMEDIA LIST ARTICLE
List of Boeing 737 MAX orders; Boeing 737 MAX orders and deliveries
This article lists the orders made by airlines and other buyers for the Boeing 737 MAX family of aircraft, which is a product of Boeing Commercial Airplanes, a division of the Boeing Company.
Boeing 737 Classic         
  • 737-300 Combi interior
  • [[Alaska Airlines]] was the first airline to have a 737-400 converted to a freighter.
  • CFM56]] turbofans
  • [[USAir]] received the first 737-300, 109 ft 7 in / 33.4 m long, on November 28, 1984
  • alt=A zoomed-in view of the front of an engine nacelle: The fan blades of the engine are in the middle of the image. They are surrounded by the engine nacelle, which is seemingly circular on the top half, and flattened on the bottom half.
  • Piedmont Airlines]] on September 15, 1988
  • Boeing 737-400 G-DOCB, formerly operated by British Airways, receives a [[water salute]] after landing at [[Cranfield University]] for preservation.
  • Cockpit of a 737-300
  • All-economy cabin interior of a 737-300 of [[Norwegian Air Shuttle]]
  • 737-300 side view
  • order=flip}}, [[Southwest Airlines]] received the first 737-500 on February 28, 1990
AIRLINER FAMILY BY BOEING
Boeing 737-300; Boeing 737-400; Boeing 737-500; Boeing 737-3B7; 737-300; 737-500; Boeing 737-31S; Boeing 737-300QC; Boeing 737-330; Boeing 737-530; Boeing 737-430; 737-400; Boeing 737-322; Boeing 734; 737-400C; Boeing 737-4Q3; Boeing 737-429; 737 Classic; Boeing 737-4Y0; 737-4Y0; Boeing 737-522; Boeing 737-497; Boeing 737-33A; Boeing 737-3T5; Boeing 737-3Q8; Boeing 737-36N; Boeing 737-31B; Boeing 737-5L9; B737-500; B737-400; B737-300; Boeing 737-4D7; Boeing 737-300F; Boeing 737-400F; Boeing 737-524; Boeing 737-401; Boeing 737-300C; Boeing 737-566; B734; B733; B735; Accidents and incidents involving the Boeing 737 family; Boeing 737-4Q8; Boeing 737-505; Boeing 737-53A; Boeing 737-3H4; Boeing 737 (2nd generation); Boeing 737 (second generation); Boeing 737-4L7; Boeing 737-3YO; Boeing 735; Boeing 737-400SF
The Boeing 737 Classic is a series of narrow-body airliners produced by Boeing Commercial Airplanes, the second generation of the Boeing 737 series of aircraft.