Airbus President Fabrice Bregier has an easy answer to a difficult question. He is not worried about whether Airbus may have to consider developing a new aircraft larger than the A320 family but smaller than the A330 for what rival Boeing internally calls the “middle-of-the-market [MOM].” For him, the answer is clear: “That aircraft already exists: It is the A321neo.” While there needs to be further discussion about whether Bregier is right—that the A321neo is ...

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