Boeing, which is in “active” talks with about 50 potential customers regarding the new midmarket aircraft (NMA), is still in the process of determining whether there is a business case to formally launch the program, a top executive said. Boeing’s manufacturing criteria for deciding whether to pursue the NMA will include “producibility,” ongoing and one-time risk elements, life-cycle opportunities and whether there is a viable engine available, Boeing CFO Greg ...


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