Stylish new winglets
737 MAX’s AT winglets have a new aerofoil pointing downward–creating a “>” shape. There is no metal visible on the leading edge because of special materials and coatings that enable natural laminar flow.
Bigger, better engine
737 MAX is built with the new CFM LEAP-1B engine. Look for: Carbon fiber fan blades with a titanium leading edge, chevrons at the rear of the engine casing and a larger engine that sits higher up and farther forward on the wing.
Going to faraway places
How far are you going? That’s another way you can tell that you’re on a 737 MAX. This aircraft sets new standards in fuel efficiency and performance, increasing its range by 19 percent to over 3,850 nautical miles.
Beautiful on the inside
Inner beauty? 737 MAX has it, with the innovative Boeing Sky Interior — a design utilizing modern-sculpted sidewalls, customizable LED lighting, and other improvements to both form and function.
A pilot's best friend
When you’re passing by the cockpit, see if you can sneak a peek inside. 737 MAX features a nicely updated flight deck, using Boeing’s latest display technology. Thanks to the new, larger 15-inch screens, pilots get more information with less effort.
A rising star
The extraordinary and innovative 737 MAX—with power on the outside, beauty on the inside, and a passenger experience that’s second to none. It feels great to fly on a 737 MAX – that’s how you know you’re on one.