Deals by Airbus and Boeing to take over the former CSeries and Embraer’s commercial aircraft business are giving the A220 and E2 new credibility, but the models are still not hitting the core of the narrowbody market, AerCap CEO Aengus Kelly said. “The heart of the market is the A320, A321 and the [Boeing] 737 MAX 8, and then there are other models around that,” Kelly told attendees at the Airline Economics Growth Frontiers conference in Dublin Jan. 21. Airbus “has ...

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