Boeing studies ‘art of the possible' for 737 successor versus re-engine decision
Despite reports to the contrary, Boeing says it has no plans to announce in Junethe launch of an all-new model to replace the 737 or a decision to re-engine its best-selling twinjet. Instead, the company says those expecting a dramatic new program unveiling at this year's Paris air show will have to make do with “more clarity on which direction we are leaning.” However, if the signs of the last nine months are anything to go by, the trend continues remorselessly toward an all-new 737 ...
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