The next phase of Boeing’s new-generation jetliner game plan is moving into high gear with the start of flight tests of the 737-9, the second member of the 737 MAX family, and accelerating testing of the 787-10, the third and final variant of the company’s most recent twinjet widebody. In both cases, Boeing is hoping for a repeat of the drama-free flight testing that marked the certification campaign of the 787-9 and 737-8. The -9, a 20-ft. stretch of the baseline 787-8, was ...

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