There's a kind of hush...

When the 737 MAX flew over the open fields of Glasgow, Montana last month, Boeing engineers and technicians were all ears. They were listening to and recording every decibel of sound through microphones to certify that the MAX meets federal and international noise regulations.

The airplane is designed to be 40 percent quieter than today’s 737NG. See and hear for yourself in the video below.

Comments (1)

Norman Garza (Long Beach, CA):

I am sure the 737 MAX will be the quietest jet plane in the world when it enters service in 2017.

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