Boeing is to display the new re-engined 737 Max 9 as part of its flight programme for the upcoming Paris air show.
The US airframer confirms it will fly the Max 9 (above) at the show, as part of a commercial aircraft participation which will include the 787-10 (below) on static display.
Boeing commenced flight testing of the Max 9, fitted with CFM International Leap-1B engines, in April, shortly after the maiden flight of the 787-10.
The manufacturer has just started deliveries of the smaller 737 Max 8 variant, with Malindo Air taking the first aircraft in May.
Boeing's presence will be reinforced by Qatar Airways, which is sending a 777-300ER to the show.