PARIS AIR SHOW ANALYSIS: Boeing identifies 190-270-seat sweet spot

Credit: Boeing

The 737 MAX 10 , launched by Boeing on the first day of the 2017 Paris Air Show, continued to be the story of the show on Day Two. New commitments—including Chicago-based United Airlines signing for 100, China’s Okay Airways ordering seven and California-based lessor Aviation Capital Group (ACG)...

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