The competitive landscape in the 70-240-seat aircraft market is poised to shift as Airbus, Boeing and Embraer update their product strategies in the coming 12 months. The stakes are high not just for the manufacturers, but also for the engine makers vying for aircraft positions. And it is not always an open playing field. For instance, Boeing’s deliberations on 737 reengining have, so far, left International Aero Engines out of the loop, says IAE President/CEO Ian C. Aitken. Boeing ...

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