Boeing studies potential aircraft sized ‘between the 737 and 787’

Credit: Courtesy, Boeing
Boeing is “working to understand the market space” for a potentially new aircraft that could seat around 210-225 passengers in a typical configuration, according to Commercial Airplanes VP-marketing Randy Tinseth. Speaking Monday at the ISTAT Americas 2015 conference in Phoenix, Tinseth said Boeing...

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