CINCINNATI—As engine makers jostle for pole position on Boeing’s proposed new midmarket airplane (NMA), the General Electric-Safran joint venture company CFM is in “active dialog” with the airframer in hopes of securing a sole-source deal. CFM is competing against proposals from Rolls-Royce and Pratt & Whitney, and like its U.S-based competitor, said the relatively limited size of the projected NMA market makes a commitment to develop a new engine harder without ...

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