Boeing’s push to get the 737 MAX back in service and restore confidence in its cornerstone commercial program appears to be threatening its next major endeavor—the new clean-sheet design tapped to fill a gap between the 737 and 787. Efforts to restore the MAX are in full swing, but the undertaking is draining resources from the new midmarket airplane (NMA), pushing a possible launch further into the future. Until the 737 MAX crisis struck in March, Boeing’s expected plan ...

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