Boeing 737 MAX shows off incredible fast rotation and vertical climb during take off

  • This video showcases a Boeing 737 MAX’s remarkable takeoff
  • Rotation speed is when the airplane’s nose lifts off the ground during takeoff
  • The aircraft climbed the sky at an impressive 40-degree angle

Published on Jun 07, 2024 at 4:37 PM (UTC+4)
by Daksh Chaudhary

Last updated on Jun 07, 2024 at 4:39 PM (UTC+4)
Edited by Tom Wood

Boeing planes are special.

They are known to be some of the best in the world.

The recent video of a Boeing 737 MAX proves just that.

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Uploaded on YouTube by Topfelya, this video showcases the plane’s remarkable takeoff, featuring a fast rotation and a vertical climb.

For those unaware, rotation speed is when the airplane’s nose lifts off the ground during takeoff.

It’s a crucial moment for any flight. But what makes this takeoff special is that the Boeing 737 MAX does it faster and higher than most commercial airplanes.

But that’s Boeing for you, a brand that recently took the astronauts to the ISS with the Boeing Starliner.

This Boeing 737 MAX’s incredible vertical climb

This video was captured during the Farnborough Airshow in 2018.

Test pilot James Webb took the controls and teased the plane’s remarkable capabilities.

Usually, planes take off at a 15-degree angle, but this aircraft climbed the sky at an impressive 40-degree angle.

That’s almost three times the average tilt!

But it’s not the first time Boeing planes have done something impressive.

Earlier, we saw a 747 aircraft taking off with incredible power, pushing people away.

This footage was shot from three different angles, giving a clear look at the Boeing 737 MAX’s impressive abilities.

More about the Boeing 737 MAX

Now let’s talk a bit about the aircraft – the Boeing 737 Max.

It’s an average plane from the brand with a passenger capacity of 138 to 204, depending on the model.

Featuring the newest technology and aerodynamic enhancements, this airplane was made fuel-efficient, and perfect for short and medium flights.

The initial days for the Boeing 737 MAX were quite challenging.

Over the past few years, the problems with these planes have been well-documented, but no doubt Boeing will work hard to overcome any issues that arise in the future.


Daksh Chaudhary

Meet Daksh: Not your typical pro, but definitely a pro at being fascinated by supercars, tech, and all things futuristic. When he's not nose-deep in work, catch him glued to anime screens or lost in the pages of a good book.