SYDNEY—Emirates Airline President Tim Clark has a cautious view on the prospects of Boeing’s proposed new midmarket aircraft (NMA). “Maybe there is a market,” he said at the IATA AGM here. But he noted that “differences of opinion between the carriers in Asia-Pacific and domestic U.S. operators” is making it very hard for Boeing to define a configuration that is widely accepted. He pointed to requirements such as range, passenger capacity and cargo ...

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