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The Boeing 737 MAX dives in!


Barely a year after its first flight, Boeing's 737 MAX has just completed its water ingestion tests, which are designed to approve its behavior on a water-logged runway. An aircraft's landing gear produces large amounts of spray, both on take-off and landing: it is therefore necessary to ensure that this water does not negatively impact the engines or the auxiliary power unit (APU). Safran equips the 737 MAX with a lot of products, notably CFM International's LEAP-1B engine.