BRUSSELS—Randy Tinseth, Boeing Commercial Airplanes vice president of marketing, said he’s concerned about the impact of Brexit and populism—though the concerns are not prompting the aircraft manufacturer to change its outlook for Europe. “Are we concerned about Brexit and how it will impact and policy? Yes, we are,” he told Aviation Daily during a recent briefing here. The UK’s vote to exit from the EU will probably not have a substantial impact on ...

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