Not long ago, it was in vogue to talk about the coming end of the Boeing-Airbus duopoly in the commercial jet market, with the impending arrival of a new generation of competitors such as China's Comac and Russia's United Aircraft Corp. (UAC). Regional-jet pioneer Bombardier had already leaped into head-on competition in the narrowbody market with its CSeries jet, and many industry observers speculated that it was only a matter of time before Embraer moved into larger models. But ...

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