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Airbus/Boeing Duopoly Likely Has Enough Staying Power
Another shake-up, record sales and disillusionments are likely in store for the “middle” of the commercial air transport market—the 150- to 220-seat segment. But don’t count on next month’s Paris air show to provide a long-overdue clarification.
Boeing is no longer expected to announce anything, Airbus executives may just stress how good they are, Bombardier may have no CSeries orders to unveil, Comac and Irkut may remain mute, as usual, and Embraer is expected to stay in a cautious waiting mode.