Some six weeks after officially selecting General Electric (GE) as its “engine partner” for the 777X, Boeing has received approval from its board of directors to formally offer the stretched twinjet to customers. Boeing, which was originally expected to seek board approval for this milestone sometime in April, says it is “taking the next step by engaging in the marketplace, discussing more details and offering the airplane to customers—conditional on final approval to launch the ...
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