Boeing and Airbus will deliver their new 737 MAX and 737 MAX Max with 767/777-200 turboprops to Chinese carriers by the end of the year.
The first of the Boeing 737 Max and 767 Max, both of which are powered by four-engined Pratt & Bradley engines, are due to enter service in late 2019 and are expected to become the first turboprop aircraft to enter the Chinese market.
The 737 Max is a twin-aisle aircraft with a maximum takeoff weight of 6,400kg and a cruising speed of more than 300kmph.
It is designed to be a versatile, versatile and affordable passenger transport.
The 767 MAX is designed for long haul flights with a cruising altitude of over 8,000m.
The 737 MAX is being built by the Boeing Aircraft Group of America, and Airbus Helicopters of France.
The 767 and 777 Max are designed to fly in long haul or short haul flights for longer distances and can carry up to 300 passengers.
The 727 MAX will also be available to Chinese airlines.
The 787-9, the first generation of Boeing’s 787 aircraft, is expected to enter its maiden flight in 2018.
The 747 Max, which is the 787’s successor, is the second generation of the aircraft that will take off from Boeing’s Everett facility in Washington state.
A third generation of Airbus’s A350, called the A350-1000, will take to the skies in 2019.
Both planes are capable of carrying up to 400 passengers.