U.S. Carriers Are Watching Market For Long-Range Boeing 757 Replacement

Most major U.S. airlines report they’re closely following Airbus’s proposal to launch a long-range version of the Airbus A321, but the carriers note it’s too early to discuss purchase plans. American Airlines has been most vocal in asking for a Boeing 757 replacement for long missions, such as New...

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