Opinion: The Case For Shelving Boeing’s NMA

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After years of marketing and studies, Boeing’s new midmarket airplane (NMA) might stay on the shelf. The alternative, according to rumors and reports, could be a resumed future small airplane (FSA), a family of jets between 162 and 220 seats, which Boeing has begun discussing with its customers...

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