FRANKFURT—Aircraft lessor Avolon is raising doubts about the future of at least two Boeing 737 MAX models, but believes the recently launched 737-10 will help the manufacturer regain lost market share. “The MAX 9 is unlikely to attract new customers or additional orders, with airlines opting for the MAX 10 instead,” Senior Vice President of Strategy Steve Mason wrote in the company’s latest product assessment study. In his view, Boeing’s hopes of turning the ...

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