LOS ANGELES—As Boeing works toward the expected launch of the 737-10X around midyear, the company has offered more details of the design and test plan for the extended main landing gear, which is pivotal to the configuration of the stretched twin. The -10X will incorporate a 66-in. fuselage stretch, taking overall length to 143 ft. and increasing two-class capacity to 189 passengers, compared with 193 passengers for its arch-rival, a similarly configured Airbus A321neo. In a single ...

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