Boeing has rolled its first 737 MAX 8 out of the Renton, Washington, final assembly facility. The US manufacturer said the aircraft will now undergo pre-flight preparation in the factory before continuing flight test readiness from Renton Field. The aircraft is on track for first flight in early 2016, according to Boeing. “With the second and third 737 MAX 8 flight test airplanes currently in final assembly and the fourth (and final) in sub-assembly, the 737 MAX remains on track for ...

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