Boeing has started formal talks with airlines and leasing companies on the development of the 787-10X double-stretch derivative following the provisional go-ahead from the company’s board of directors. The move is “conditioned upon our obtaining final board approval to launch the program at a yet-to-be-determined date,” says Boeing. Responding to questions from Aviation Week, the company adds “the timing of a decision to launch the program will depend on market response during the next ...
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