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Boeing delivers 1st B737 Max since grounding

Boeing on Tuesday delivered the very 1st B737 Max since the grounding to United Airlines.


Boeing on Tuesday delivered a brand new B737 Max to United Airlines as it starts the next chapter in its history as it plans a post-MAX future.

Yesterday afternoon, the aircraft registered N27519 flew from Seattle’s King County International Airport – Boeing Field (BFI) to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA).


About United’s B737 MAX 9

United’s B737 MAX 9 seats 179 passengers in a two-class configuration. The airline already has 9 B737 MAX 9 planes in its fleet. The plane features 20 first class seats and 159 economy class seats in which 48 are extra-legroom seats. The aircrafts also feature WiFi and power outlets and do not feature seatback entertainment screens.

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