Boeing 737-10

Boeing 737-10 MAX

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. 

READ MORE FROM BOEING | 737 MAX 10: Redefining maximum efficiency 

Delta’s 737-10 will be deployed in core hubs including New York, Boston, Atlanta, Detroit, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Seattle and Los Angeles. 

Engines

CFM LEAP-1B

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.

On board

Nearly one-third of the aircraft’s seats will be premium seating.

CLASS SEATS
First Class

20

Delta Comfort+ 33
Main Cabin 129

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.

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B-roll rendering animation of Delta Boeing 737-10 (Courtesy: Boeing)

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The aircraft will be 20%-30% more fuel efficient than the retiring Delta planes it will replace, making the agreement an important step in Delta’s journey toward a sustainable future for aviation.
CFM LEAP-1B
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The service agreement was made in conjunction with Delta’s order for 100 next-generation Boeing 737-10 aircraft, which will be powered by the LEAP-1B engine.
Boeing 737-10 Photos
Boeing 737-10 renderings courtesy of Boeing. LEAP-1B engine images courtesy CFM International. (Right click and select "Save image as" to download.)
  • Boeing 737-10 over clouds
    Boeing 737-10, in flight
  • Boeing 737-10 in flight over Atlanta
    Boeing 737-10, in flight over Atlanta
  • Boeing 737-10 MAX in flight over city
    A Boeing 737-10 MAX aircraft in flight over a city.
  • CFM LEAP-1B engines
    CFM International LEAP-1B engines in maintenance.
  • CFM LEAP-1B engine
    CFM International LEAP-1B engine
  • Delta Senior Vice President of Fleet & TechOps Supply Chain Mahendra Nair and President and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes Stan Deal at the Farnborough International Air Show 2022.
    Delta Senior Vice President of Fleet & TechOps Supply Chain Mahendra Nair and President and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes Stan Deal at the Farnborough International Air Show 2022.
  • Delta Senior Vice President of Fleet & TechOps Supply Chain Mahendra Nair and President and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes Stan Deal are joined by Delta and Boeing colleagues at the Farnborough International Air Show 2022.
    Delta Senior Vice President of Fleet & TechOps Supply Chain Mahendra Nair and President and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes Stan Deal are joined by Delta and Boeing colleagues at the Farnborough International Air Show 2022.
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Jul 18, 2022 6:10am