Airbus first to react as competition increasesin the narrowbody market
Ever since Boeing absorbed McDonnell Douglas in the late 1990s, the large-airliner industry has been dominated by an Airbus/Boeing duopoly that has enjoyed nearly unchallenged market supremacy. This situation has changed, with the two aerospace giants now facing serious challenges from new entrants to the market. And the emergence of more competitors is driving development and production decisions in Toulouse and Seattle. This changing dynamic will shape the industry for years to come. ...
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