Successful test flight of Max 10, the largest aircraft in the Boeing series
The 737 Max 10, the largest aircraft in Boeing’s new model from aircraft maker Boeing, made its first test flight in the United States on Friday, lasting more than two and a half hours.
The US-registered N27751 was built in November 2019, but its launch was reportedly delayed due to the Corona virus crisis. The plane made its maiden flight from Renton Municipal Airfield in Washington State at 10:07 a.m. local time on Friday.
Flight BOE101 traveled at an altitude of 25,000 feet and a maximum speed of 630 kilometers per hour. The flight was from Renton Airfield to Moses Lake Airport. There is a 35-minute flight between the two airports, but the test flight lasted more than two and a half hours.
The plane landed at Founders Lake Airport in Washington State at noon, but passed 1,400 feet above the runway and returned to altitude. Landed on
The 737 Max 10 is the largest Boeing Series aircraft with two passenger and 230 seats, according to a company statement.