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Boeing during Farnborough will leave 737 Max and 777X test aircraft at home

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Boeing will not bring any of its commercial aircraft currently under development to next month’s Farnborough air show, the company confirmed. The 777-9, 737 Max 7 and 10 will not attend the biennial summer air show, as Boeing opts to focus its resources on completing those protracted development programs.

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“Our Commercial Airplanes team has been focused on implementing our comprehensive safety and quality plan and working to meet the commitments we’ve made to our customers. With these priorities in mind, we decided that rather than prepare and perform flight demonstrations this summer, we are redirecting the engineering and manufacturing resources toward airplane production and certification,” the company said in a statement to The Air Current.

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