Facing pressure from fast-selling A320neo, Boeing's hand forced on 737 re-engining

737-900ER. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. Boeing's decision to move forward with an apparent 737NG re-engining—after many months of reluctance by its top executives—is not hard to understand, say analysts who cite, among other drivers, the increasing "pressure" felt by the manufacturer from rival Airbus's...

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