Delta will add 100 state-of-the-art, fuel-efficient Boeing 737 MAX aircraft to its fleet, with options for 30 more. The aircraft, which will begin delivery in 2025, is the 737-10, the largest model in the MAX family. With the order, Delta’s Boeing 737 fleet will grow to more than 300 total aircraft and will be Delta’s second-largest fleet family behind the Airbus A320.
With a top speed of Mach 0.79 and a range of 3,300 nautical miles, the 737-10 has broad flexibility to serve markets across the U.S. within Delta’s industry-leading network.
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Delta’s 737-10 will be deployed in core hubs including New York, Boston, Atlanta, Detroit, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Seattle and Los Angeles.
Delta's 737-10 will be powered by the next-generation LEAP-1B engines manufactured by CFM International, a company jointly owned by GE and Safran Aircraft Engines. The aircraft will be 20%-30% more fuel efficient than the retiring planes it will replace.
In July 2022, Delta unveiled an agreement with CFM International to service its next-generation LEAP-1B engines, which power the 737-10, at Delta TechOps, making Delta one of a select number of maintenance, repair and overhaul facilities certified to service the LEAP-1B.
Nearly one-third of the aircraft’s seats will be premium seating.
Customers will experience:
- The Boeing Sky Interior, highlighted by modern sculpted sidewalls and window reveals.
- In-flight entertainment and power ports in every seat.
- High-speed satellite Wi-Fi throughout the aircraft.
- On demand video content will be available through Delta Studio.
The cabin will also feature LED lighting that enhances the aircraft’s sense of spaciousness and large pivoting overhead bins.
B-roll rendering animation of Delta Boeing 737-10 (Courtesy: Boeing)