The Paris Air Show is a must-see event, bringing exciting content such as an inside look at today’s connected aircraft and how MiniMRP reduce avionics packaging up to 40 percent. Spanning from June 19 to 25, Boeing has already launched some very big news at the event143 feet and eight inches to be exact.

On day one, Boeing introduced the world to the newest (and largest member) of the 737 MAX family, the 737 MAX 10.

“The 737 MAX 10 will be the airlines’ most profitable single-aisle airplane, offering the lowest seat costs ever,” according to the company. Since opening day of the Paris Air Show, the market has widely accepted the announcement with a reported 240 orders and commitments.

The aircraft will measure a massive 143 feet and eight inches in length and seat a maximum of 230 people, which is 10 more than the 737 MAX 9. Pilots will also benefit from the improvements, gaining 15-inch screens and advanced head up displays for stronger situational awareness.

Like previous 737 MAX models, the latest family member will utilize high-end CFM International LEAP-1B engines. Noise, carbon, and NOx emissions are reduced thanks to advancements in both engine and winglet design. The 737 MAX AT winglet is “the most efficient ever design for a production airplane, because of the combination of advanced design and manufacturing techniques allow for natural laminar flow.”

Built to explore distant destinations, the 737 MAX 10 has a flight range that’s 200 nautical miles longer than current models. If you’re planning a long trip, rest assured you’ll be traveling in style. The aircraft showcases a Boeing Sky Interior, featuring modern sidewalls and customizable LED lighting.

According to the company, “The 737 MAX is the fastest-selling airplane in Boeing history. The first MAX variant, the 737 MAX 8, has entered commercial service and will be followed by the MAX 9, MAX 7, and the MAX 10, which will be introduced in the 2020 time frame.”

Click on the video below to get a closer look at Boeing's latest design.