Boeing delivered the first 737 MAX 8 to Malaysia's Malindo Air May 16 at Boeing’s Seattle Delivery Center in Washington state. The airline will be the first to put the 737 MAX into commercial service. The delivery comes a day after Boeing resumed flights of 737 MAX aircraft using CFM International LEAP-1B engines unaffected by an issue that prompted a suspension of all MAX flying last week. Boeing suspended all 737 MAX flights May 10 after being informed by CFM, a GE Aviation/Safran ...

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