The 737 MAX optimizes the market-leading strengths of the highly successful Next-Generation 737 to assure operators of competitive success far into the future.
The advanced-design Next-Generation 737 is the most cost-efficient, reliable and capable single-aisle airplane, featuring a dramatically elevated passenger experience thanks to the new Boeing Sky Interior.
The New 747-8 Intercontinental features the newest wing and engine design of any large commercial jet in-service today and has a new Dreamliner-inspired interior making it a destination all its own. The Intercontinental can carry more passengers for a longer distance while being cleaner, quieter, and more fuel-efficient than any previous 747.
The 767 family has the lowest operating cost per trip of any widebody airplane. This low operating cost, combined with a choice of three sizes, variable range capability, almost universal airport compatibility and ETOPS capability, makes the 767 a versatile family of airplanes.
Nine out of the top ten airlines fly new generation 777s. To fly the 777 is to be a part of an elite group of airlines. It is a level of status that does not come easily but should be celebrated and recognized when achieved . For many airlines the 777 is not only the backbone and workhorse of their long haul fleet but it is also the global flagship for their brand.
The 777X is Boeing's newest family of twin-aisle airplanes that builds on the passenger-preferred and market-leading 777 and 787 families. The Boeing 777X will deliver unmatched performance, exceptional profitability and industry leading reliability. The family includes the 777-8X and the 777-9X — both designed to respond to market needs and customer preferences.
The 787 Dreamliner applies breakthrough technologies to an all-new airplane design. The advanced features of the 787 increase efficiency, simplify airplane ownership and operation, and significantly improve the air travel experience.