Boeing 737 MAX 10 delayed due to reported problems with 737 MAX 8 and 737 MAX 9 models!

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The Boeing 737 MAX 10 model of the plane, which was already supposed to be in commercial service, had its design and certification delayed due to problems encountered in its smaller "brother" - the MAX 8, the model involved in two serious accidents in which more than 300 died of people in 2018 and 2019.

In this case, Boeing has struggled to ensure that the changes are minimal and considered valid before the new cabin alert rules take effect, to maintain operational parity between the models, which have different lengths but the same engine and wings.

However, the recent accident involving the MAX 9 has hampered the production and development of the entire 737 family, and this affects the MAX 10 as well.

Officials at Ireland's RYANAIR, which already operates a fleet of Boeing-only planes including the 737-800 and 737 MAX 8 (200 variant), are concerned that further delays could affect the launch of the 737 MAX 10.

At an event to launch new routes from London, Michael O'Leary, the well-known CEO of Ryanair, said that "MAX 10 faces further delays" , referring to the problem facing Boeing now. At the same time, he is disappointed and does not believe that the 737 MAX 10 will be certified in 2024, as Boeing had originally announced. New estimates show that the new 737 MAX 10 will be certified in early 2025, and the first planes will be delivered towards the end of next year!

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