The economic downturn and airline industry crisis could contribute to creating market-share parity between archrivals Airbus and Boeing, according to European industry executives. The Europeans acknowledge that Boeing remains the leading commercial transport producer, but point out that its decades-long market domination could end soon. In the last few months, plummeting demand forced the Seattle manufacturer to slash its combined production rate and cut up to 30,000 jobs. Next year, ...
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