737-MAX Production Thread!

Anything else a bit more interesting? A Canadian boi maybe?

@ThatOne9WPlen got it, from the aforementioned fellow MAX tracker who managed to head up to the airport.

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beautiful!

thanks :smiley:

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Well gosh darn, it’s only been just over a week and we decided to practically deliver two MAX’s per day…how fun. So, let us begin I suppose.

First up is a MAX-8 bound for Southwest Airlines. This specific example has a registration of N8755L and an MSN of 67208. It was delivered to the airline on its delivery flight from Seattle to Phoenix, and entered into service several days later!


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Second, a MAX-8 going to SMBC Aviation Group. Specifically, the example that they took has a registration of EI-GZH and an MSN of 42840. It was flown from Seattle to Victorville for delivery to the group, and entered storage where it will then await its entry into service!


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Third, another MAX-8 to Air Canada. This example that they took has a registration of C-GELQ and holds an MSN of 61235. It was flown from Seattle to Windsor for delivery to the airline, and will be entering into service with Air Canada soon!


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A whole bunch of updates when I continue watching OFT-2’s ISS docking, so lets begin!

First is a MAX-200 bound for Ryanair. The example they took this time has a registration of EI-HGM and an MSN of 65875. The aircraft was delivered to the airline on its delivery flight from Seattle to Dublin, and entered into service a few days later!


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Another MAX-200 going to Ryanair, this time the aircraft they took delivery of has a registration of EI-HGL and an MSN of 65081. Similar to above, it was delivered to Ryanair on its delivery flight from Seattle to Dublin, and it too entered into service with the airline later in the week!


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Now going to the standard MAX-8, we have an example of the type going to Flydubai. Specifically, the aircraft that they took has a registration of A6-FMZ and an MSN of 61000. Its delivery flight was from Seattle to Dubai via Shannon, and it will be entering into service with the airline in the near future!


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Sticking with the standard MAX-8, we have another example bound for Southwest Airlines! This time the airline took delivery of an example with a registration of N8757L and an MSN of 67210. It was delivered to the airline on its delivery flight from Seattle to Phoenix, and entered into service with the airline several days later!


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Back to the MAX-200, we have another example going to Malta Air. This time, they took delivery of an aircraft which holds a registration of 9H-VUZ alongside an MSN of 62339. It was flown from Seattle to Dublin for delivery to Malta Air, and then entered into service shortly thereafter!


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A pair of deliveries to finish off the day, we have another MAX-8, this time an example of the type going to SMBC Aviation Group. This example which they took has a registration of EI-GZK and an MSN of 42845. It was flown from Seattle to Victorville for delivery to the group, and then entered into storage where it will now await its entry into service!


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Finally now, a MAX-8 going to Aeromexico. This example which they took has a registration of XA-DAO and an MSN of 43976. Its delivery flight was from Seattle to Saltillo, and it will be entering into service with Aeromexico soon!


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ex-UIA it seems

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First Akasa MAX-8, VT-YAA, is up and flying! @ThatOne9WPlen


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I give this livery an eh

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