As Boeing continues to refine the configuration of the proposed 737-10X, the company confirms it has begun making firm offers to customers for the final stretch of the 737 MAX family. Unveiling the first image of the 737-10X at the Istat Americas conference in San Diego, Randy Tinseth, Boeing Commercial Airplanes' vice president of sales, said the 66 in. stretch variant will have "the lowest seat costs ever for a single-aisle airplane. Simply put, the [737-10X] would be [the] most ...


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