It’s an audacious move: Enter as the new kid in a market which already has a firmly established and much sought-after incumbent as well as a trendy, headline-grabbing incomer. But Airbus was faced with either developing a new aircraft to challenge the Boeing 777 and 787, or risk ending up being a...

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