Boeing Completes Successful 737-10 First Flight

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The airplane performed beautifully, said 737 Chief Pilot Capt. Jennifer Henderson.
SEATTLE, June 19 (The CONNECT) - Boeing’s 737-10, the largest airplane in the 737 MAX family, on June 18 completed a successful first flight. The airplane took off from Renton Field in Renton, Washington, at 10:07 a.m. and landed at 12:38 p.m. at Boeing Field in Seattle.
“The airplane performed beautifully,” said 737 Chief Pilot Capt. Jennifer Henderson. “The profile we flew allowed us to test the airplane’s systems, flight controls and handling qualities, all of which checked out exactly as we expected.”
Today’s flight was the start of a comprehensive test program for the 737-10. Boeing will work closely with regulators to certify the airplane prior to its scheduled entry into service in 2023.

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