Despite its ambitions to move onto its New Small Airplane (NSA) project, a drum-beat among its single-aisle airline customers for the more conservative approach of re-engining the 737NG was the deciding factor in Boeing’s shift away from NSA to a mid-decade introduction of what will likely be the fourth generation of the world’s best-selling jet. While the technology and supply chain challenges of a new airplane introduction were regarded as too risky, Boeing’s board of directors faces a ...
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