United is considering Bombardierâ€™s CSeries as a replacement for the Boeing 737s recently dropped from the carrierâ€™s fleet, Chairman and CEO Glenn Tilton told The DAILY. The carrier intends to issue a narrowbody request for proposal next year as a follow-on from its widebody fleet upgrade, which includes the Airbus A350 and Boeing 787 split letter of intent unveiled this week (DAILY, Dec. 9). The narrowbody RFP will include a 110-seat requirement as well as successors for the Airbus A319s ...
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