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Second Boeing 737-8 MAX Emerges From Factory

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Dana Ermolenko
Country: United States Aircraft: Airplanes
Source: Airwaysnews

The second Boeing 737-8 MAX has emerged from the paint shop.

The second Boeing 737-8 MAX has emerged from the paint shop.

Photos By: Brandon Farris / Published: February 20, 2015

On a rainy night, similar to the morning of the first Boeing 737-8 MAX First Flight, the second Boeing 737-8 MAX emerged on the company’s Renton Flight Line this week.  It adorns a “Light” Company scheme similar to what we’ve previously seen on the 747-8F and 787 Flight Test programs with ZA003 before it was repainted in the full colors along with ZA004-ZA006. These are the first photos to emerge of 1A002, who’s registration will be N8702L. The difference from when we last saw this scheme is the blue line that runs down the fuselage is a darker blue compared to what we had seen on the 787 and 747-8F.

ZA004 in the 787 light company colors

Seen here is the fourth 787, ZA004, adoring the Boeing “light” company colors. Photo provided by Brandon Farris

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