Boeing’s proposed new midmarket airplane (NMA) is already facing both customer interest that may not align with its own official vision of the market segment and doubts among key suppliers about the size of the market. Now another factor is making the decision to launch the aircraft next year even harder—Airbus is closing in on a decision to launch an even more capable version of the A321neo. Boeing’s competitor has long argued that its own lineup of products is sufficient ...

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