Thursday, 20 December 2018

Boeing 737 MAX 7 Specs, Interior, Range, and Price

Boeing 737 MAX 7 Specs, Interior, Range, and Price – Two years after Boeing officially announced the Boeing 737 MAX 7 at the 2016 Farnborough International Airshow, the aircraft was finally formed. Since production began on the first Boeing 737 MAX 7, it took four years for the aircraft to finally be launched from Boeing's Renton facility in the US in February 2018. The Boeing 737 MAX 7 aircraft made its maiden flight on March 16, 2018, from Renton Field, Washington State, with Boeing Test and Evaluation Captains Jim Webb and Keith Otsuka in control. 

The initial flight lasted three hours and five minutes for flight control, systems and handling tests before landing at Boeing Field in Seattle at 1:22 a.m. After the Boeing 737 MAX 7 successfully completes the first flight and will now begin a few months of flight testing leading to certification and shipping. The entry of a jet into service with Southwest Airlines is scheduled for early 2019. 

Boeing 737 MAX 7 specs

Boeing 737 MAX 7 Specs

The Boeing 737 MAX Family combines the latest LEAP-1B International CFM engines, Advanced Technology winglets, Boeing Sky Interior, large flight deck screens, and other features. This is a direct competitor for the Airbus A320 family. 


Dimensions
Length (m)
35.6
Wingspan (m)
35.9
Height (m)
12.3
Wing area (m2)
127.0
Weight
Maximum take-off weight (kg)
80 290
Maximum landing weight (kg)
66 040
Maximum zero fuel weight (kg)
62 910
Standard fuel capacity (L)
25 800
Performance
Range with max payload (km)
7 000
Cruise speed (km/h)
840
Maximum operating altitude (m)
12 000
Engines
CFMI LEAP-1B,
2 x 26790-29310 lb
Cabin Data
Passengers (1-class)
172
Passengers (2-class)
138-153
Cabin width (m)
3.54

The Boeing 737 MAX 7 has two rows of seats more than the MAX 8, allowing it to carry up to 172 passengers. The two LEAP-1B engines from CFM International give the aircraft the longest range of the MAX family at 3,850 nautical miles (4,390 mi, 7,130 km), plus 18 percent fuel savings per seat compared to 737-700. It offers a redesigned undercarriage and wings with Advanced Technology winglets, reinforced airframe, and Boeing Sky Interior. The Boeing 737 MAX 7, MAX 8, and MAX 9 are the latest versions of 737-700, 737-800, and 737-900. 

Boeing 737 MAX 7 cabin interior

Boeing 737 MAX 7 Cabin and Capacity

The Boeing 737 MAX 7, the smallest member of the upgraded narrow-engine dual-engine jet engine, was redesigned to fit two more rows of seats, accommodating 12 more seats than the 737-700, which became the basis of the new aircraft. The shortened 737 aircraft was designed to fly at high altitudes and hot climates or on longer trips than larger narrow jets. "The Boeing 737 MAX 7 will provide efficient airline products to open and fly thinner markets and access challenging airports.

The Boeing 737 MAX 7 is third version of 737 MAX, Boeing longest of the MAX family. According to Boeing, it was specifically designed for operations from airports at high altitudes and hot climates and was intended to replace the Boeing 737-700 and compete with the Airbus A319neo. As for the competition of Airbus vs Boeing, the Boeing 737 MAX 7 competes with the Airbus A319neo in a single aisle market. But the A319neo, compared to the Boeing 737 MAX 7 Boeing feature can only carry 140 passengers in a two-class configuration, with a maximum capacity of 160 passengers. The A319neo also has a shorter distance, 3,750 nautical miles (6,945 km). 

Boeing 737 MAX 7 cockpit

Boeing 737 MAX 7 Price and Orders

The price of Boeing 737 MAX 7 is US $ 96.0 M in 2018. The Price reflecting a range of available options and configurations for each model. Configurations and options that may affect price include performance capability, interiors, avionics, fuel capacity and others.

Boeing 737 MAX 7 has posted relatively simple sales with less than 100 estimated orders. Boeing refused to say how much Boeing 737 MAX 7 had been sold but confirmed it had eight customers including the two largest Southwest and WestJet. 

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