In a conference call with Wall Street analysts last week, Boeing Vice President Mike Bair said the company is targeting a 10-15% fuel burn advantage from any reengining of the 737 and expects to make a go-ahead decision by the end of the year. His comments were in line with what analysts such as Macquarie Equities Research’s Rob Stallard expected. But Bair’s words fudge the line a bit on when the company will act; other officials have indicated a decision by mid-year (AW&ST Mar. 1, p. ...


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