Boeing believes there is a big market for a new aircraft in the space between the current Boeing-Airbus narrowbody families and the smallest widebodies. What it has not determined is the size and performance characteristics of that so-called middle-of-the-market (MOM) aircraft. But a joint survey of airlines and air cargo carriers by Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Aviation Week/Penton Research provides some clues about what airlines want in a new aircraft—be it from Boeing, Airbus ...

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