Why selling small narrowbodies in the US is a challenge

Delta Air Lines has ordered 95 Airbus A220-family aircraft.
Credit: Airbus
The 100-150 seat aircraft sits in a “tween” market between smaller regional jets and larger narrowbodies. The question is: How big is that market? New aircraft options in the market include the Airbus A319neo (120-150 seats) and A220 (109-145), COMAC C919 (158), Boeing 737 MAX 7 (138-153) and...
Robert W. Moorman

Robert W. Moorman is a freelance writer specializing in various facets of the fixed-wing and rotary-wing air transportation business, including commercial airlines.

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