WASHINGTON—Boeing is confident that sales of its Boeing 777X family, which it views as solid, will move at a steady pace, underscoring airlines’ shifting widebody ordering patterns. “I would make the argument that we’re doing pretty well,” Boeing VP-marketing Randy Tinseth said, noting that the recent 18-order, 24-option 777-9 deal announced by British Airways (BA) takes the 777X order book up to 358 “orders and commitments.” The 777-300ER, by ...

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