The 737 MAX delivers enhanced efficiency, improved environmental performance and increased passenger comfort to the single-aisle market. Incorporating advanced technology winglets and efficient engines, the 737 MAX offers excellent economics, reducing fuel use and emissions by 20 percent while producing a 50 percent smaller noise footprint than the airplanes it replaces. Additionally, 737 MAX offers up to 14 percent lower airframe maintenance costs than the competition. Passengers will enjoy the Boeing Sky Interior, highlighted by modern sculpted sidewalls and window reveals, LED lighting that enhances the sense of spaciousness and larger pivoting overhead storage bins.
|Seats (2-class)||138 – 153||162 – 178||178 – 193||188 – 204|
|Range nm (km)||3,800 (7,040)||3,500 (6,480)||3,300 (6,110)||3,100 (5,740)|
|Length||35.56 m (116 ft 8 in)||39.52 m (129 ft 8 in)||42.16 m (138 ft 4 in)||43.8 m (143 ft 8 in)|
|Wingspan||35.9 m (117 ft 10 in)||35.9 m (117 ft 10 in)||35.9 m (117 ft 10 in)||35.9 m (117 ft 10 in)|
|Engine||LEAP-1B from CFM International||LEAP-1B from CFM International||LEAP-1B from CFM International||LEAP-1B from CFM International|
|210 seats: 737-8-200|
The 737 MAX’s aerodynamic design – including advanced technology winglets that increase the effective wingspan – enhance its efficiency and contribute to significant reductions in fuel use and emissions.
The 737 MAX LEAP-1B engines are more efficient and quieter, with chevrons at the rear of the engine helping create a 50 percent smaller noise footprint than the airplanes it replaces.
With increased fuel efficiency, greater range and lower operating costs, the 737 MAX creates profitable new route opportunities and supports affordable passenger service around the world.
Based on years of research with passengers, the 737 MAX offers a comfortable cabin for passengers, with larger windows, energy-efficient LED lighting and sculpted sidewalls that enhance the feeling of spaciousness. Bigger bins open and close at the touch of a button and offer more space to stow carry-on bags.
The 737 MAX flight deck features four large displays, which are common with the 787 Dreamliner and 777X and enable additional operational capability, including a larger map that increases crews’ situational awareness.
Thanks to aerodynamic design enhancements and a more efficient engine, the 737 MAX uses 20 percent less fuel with 20 perfect fewer emissions than the airplanes it replaces. Each 737 MAX saves millions of pounds of CO2 emissions per airplane, per year, over older airplanes and the competition, helping airlines make air travel even more sustainable.