With the remarkable commercial success of Airbus’s A320neo family, Boeing’s 737 MAX series and Embraer’s E2 70/110-seat jets, it’s clear the market is very happy with reengined jetliners. These new products, and other reengined aircraft, have already racked up more than 6,000 new orders over the past three years. Customers are obviously focused on new engines, rather than any new airframe technologies. The industry is braced for a permanent environment of relatively ...

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