Resurgent demand for single-aisle aircraft may allow Airbus and Boeing to hold on to their narrowbody duopoly just a bit longer than expected. Both aircraft makers are considering increasing production for their narrowbodies, fearful that a lack of available aircraft may drive airlines toward emergent rivals such as Bombardier’s CSeries. However, the Canadian endeavor could struggle to match the price and profitability of the mature and well-leaned Airbus A320 and Boeing 737 production ...

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