Boeing launches 737 MAX jetliner from Nevada site

Boeing is now getting ready to roll out a 737 MAX, the world’s largest commercial jetliner, to a Nevada factory site.

The 737 MAX will be powered by the same Pratt & Wright P100 turboprop engines used in the 737 MAX.

Boeing will build it at its Nevada facility and will use it for future aircraft.

Boeing said in a statement that it would use the 737 Max as a demonstration model and to demonstrate the capabilities of the new Pratt &amps; Wright engine.

It will fly the first flight on Dec. 15.

Boeing is expected to take delivery of the 737-800, which has a maximum take-off weight of 7,200 pounds, on March 21.