CIT Aerospace is “seriously looking” at placing an order for the Boeing 787-10, Jeff Knittel, President of CIT Transportation Finance, said on the sidelines of the Paris air show. He considers the aircraft to be a “natural extension of the family.” Boeing launched the aircraft with orders for 102 from five customers on Tuesday. All of these except one—GE Capital Aviation Services—have also ordered the Airbus A350. “That is a comment about that market segment,” Knittel argued. “It is ...
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