Boeing still studying larger 737 max 10 to enter service after 2019


Boeing Co is still studying whether to build a larger version of its best-selling 737 aircraft to counter runaway sales by rival Airbus of a large version of its competing plane, a senior executive said.

The company has not made a decision yet to build the larger jet, dubbed the 737 MAX 10, said Michael Teal, vice president and chief project engineer of the 737 MAX program.

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(Reporting by Conor Humphries; Writing by Alwyn Scott; Editing by Jeffrey Benkoe)