Headlines blare that the balance of power in building large commercial aircraft has already shifted from Airbus and Boeing: A380s are being deferred, 787 delays are mounting, China and Russia are pushing forward with narrowbodies and Bombardier has its first CSeries customers. But the two incumbent commercial aircraft makers will continue to dominate deliveries for at least the coming decade. The regional sector shows similar signs. China’s AVIC ARJ21 and Russia’s Sukhoi Superjet 100 ...
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