Flydubai has gotten its first B737 MAX 9 airplane which encloses 16 business class seats, four more than the MAX 8 version.
The latest airplane has eight seats on every side and the extra of four single ‘throne’ seats (up from two on the MAX 8) for travelers looking to spread out. It means the economy sector is somewhat smaller, with 156 seats contrasted with 162. Or else the identical products and services are accessible on both airplane types. Two more MAX 9s will unite the fleet soon.
The MAX 9 is 2.6m longer than the MAX 8 version; however, both aircraft fly a range of 3515nm.
The Dubai carrier ordered 225 Boeing 737 Max airplanes valued $27bn at the Dubai Airshow 2017 and more than 50 will be 737 MAX 10s, the biggest member of the 737 line.
Tashkent will join the carrier’s system next month with five-time weekly flights opening March 11, which will increase to every day from May 31.