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It's pretty much a hybrid of the 737 and 787. Not gonna lie - I like the NG better, nevertheless I'm eager to see how well the new systems perform when MAX enters service.

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That flight deck looks amazing, stunning, unbelievable amounts of :Applause: :Applause: :Applause:

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Just when I thought the 737 couldn't get any uglier...

 

hahaha! the scalloped engines like on the 787 definitely make me chuckle, they look like something out of a kid's drawing. it seems more noticeable to me on this one, than on the 787 for some reason, maybe because the proportion of the engine to the rest of the plane is bigger... they lack elegance but apparently reduce noise quite a bit, physics can be funny sometimes!

 

cheers

-andy crosby

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hahaha! the scalloped engines like on the 787 definitely make me chuckle, they look like something out of a kid's drawing. it seems more noticeable to me on this one, than on the 787 for some reason, maybe because the proportion of the engine to the rest of the plane is bigger... they lack elegance but apparently reduce noise quite a bit, physics can be funny sometimes!

 

Well definitely that but, without comparing it side-by-side to its ancestors, it seems to have much more of a duckface. And the scimitar winglets! But hey, who cares about what a commercial aircraft looks like on the exterior? (except for us apparently...)

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Interesting to see the different views. I like the new engines, they sit higher and the thrust must hug the bottom of the wings being that much closer to the wings, and they are a more round shape compared to the NGX. The Flight Deck is by far the best one I have seen from Boeing or any others for that matter. Winglets look good. The rest of it is still pretty much a 737 by looks but this is definitely a great revamp of the classic and most produced aircraft ever.

 

It will be great to see this one parked next to a 737-100 marking 50 years of the 737, nothing can beat that. We will see another 50 years out of the 737 and it will hit a milestone of 100 year anniversary of flight fore sure

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