Farnborough 2016 may have been devoid of new aircraft launches, but it did at least open a wider window on Boeing’s future commercial aircraft development strategy, including the potential go-ahead of a further stretch of the world’s longest airliner.   On the top of nearly everyone’s agenda is tracking the developing saga of Boeing’s middle-of-the-market (MOM) study and the company’s narrowing focus on the sweet spot of a family of aircraft with 200-270 ...


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