Anxiety over A320 and 737 reengining extends far beyond engine makers
The entire supply chain for Airbus and Boeing is fretting over the strategic choices the two will make on their near-term single-aisle strategies, with an eye on new business opportunities should the aircraft makers proceed with plans to reengine their narrowbody aircraft or even launch something new. One problem for suppliers is that both aircraft makers are closely guarding their plans, not only due to understandable unwillingness to tip off competitors, but also because of a genuine ...
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