There are two truths worth remembering as the Boeing new midmarket airplane (NMA) saga plays out this year. First, if the all-important “business case” was so clear, Boeing would have launched the program by now. Second, closing that business case probably will come on the backs of the supply chain, where roughly two-thirds of aircraft program spending goes, especially as cost becomes the driving factor. If Boeing formally unveils the NMA by early 2019, the OEM probably will ...

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