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By doing this do they risk the whole 737 series going toxic in the public eye if they can't distinguish between the variants? I for one would be very unhappy to fly on any 737 not knowing which type it is.
 

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By doing this do they risk the whole 737 series going toxic in the public eye if they can't distinguish between the variants? I for one would be very unhappy to fly on any 737 not knowing which type it is.
I think it's clever marketing as 99% of flyers won't know the difference, my sister for example is a much more frequent flyer than me and wouldn't have a clue between the difference between an airbus or boeing let alone a 737 800 or a 737 8. The MAX name has become toxic, drop that and people will just think they are normal 737s and generally forget the name MAX.
 

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I agree with Jerry, obviously people on here are clued up and can make informed decisions re aircraft type but Joe public mostly will not have a clue for example my wife has probably flown on 100 plus trips with me over the years and the only aircraft she ever regonised was a jumbo.

In all probability when Boeing sort out the MAX which they absolutely have to it will likely be the safest thing in the sky.
 

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The "Dreamliner" has some bad press lately too. Boeing have some seriously hard work to do to improve their street cred again.
 

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