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Aviation Photo #5472523 Boeing 737-10 MAX - Untitled

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The fuselage for the first 737 MAX 10, LN 7644, arrives in the Seattle area at dusk on March 31, 2019, aboard a BNSF train.
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208   Oregon, USA
1 year ago
So cool!
Anonymous
1 year ago
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Greece
1 year ago
Is this a modern 707 or not? with new wing, two engines, new tail, but it is a 707 isn’t it? Took them fifty years to get there!
California, USA
1 year ago
Probably. Both the 727 and the 737 have taken design cues from the 707 fuselage.
Move the wingbox further back, and you'd build a new 727 MAX (given that all 3 engines are located at the rear of the fuselage), though the engines would have to tilt 1-2 degrees with exhaust facing downwards to compensate for the heavier engines.
2.2K   British Columbia, Canada
1 year ago
Nice one! And loooooooonnng too
1 year ago
Makes a 707-320 look pale in comparison!!!
Tennessee, USA
1 year ago
Great shot of the Camry! What a classic! Notice the plane in the back too.
California, USA
1 year ago
Notice other sedans, such as the Honda Accord, Chrysler 200, Nissan Altima, Mitsubishi Mirage, BMW 328i, and the Dodge Challenger. People who are scared to fly the 737 MAX may have boosted SUV sales and aggregated the decline of the sedans. The same month that ET302 crashed, Chevrolet ceases production of their Cruze and Volt lineup, as well as Ford with their Taurus.
Colombia
1 year ago
So is this the so announced 707 Max?
32   Victoria, Australia
1 year ago
what? as if
United Kingdom
1 year ago
Yay, they can fit even more people in it before it nosedives into the ground.
If it's Boeing and its Max, I'm not going, I'm not pax.
Florida, USA
1 year ago
Showing the world how ignorant you are huh ?
Colombia
1 year ago
Yeah, just ignore him and his ignorance.
California, USA
1 year ago
Look how many carriages it took to fit such a long plane. One 737 MAX 10 looks bigger than that of a Bombardier bi-level car that's used in many rail commuter operators (GO Transit, Caltrain, Metrolink, Coaster, etc).
9   Washington, USA
1 year ago
Good observation! The finished MAX 10 is 143'-8" long, and a new 3-car configuration is required to transport the fuselages to Renton. You can see the full setup in my Twitter thread:
https://twitter.com/DWHonan/status/1112559893548924928?s=19
New South Wales, Australia
1 year ago
Nice pic and it's too bad that comments are not moderated like they are in the forums.

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