Despite growing pressure to improve widebody performance and reduce emissions, civil aircraft manufacturers are not yet ready to face the risks and development costs associated with unconventional propulsion systems and “breakthrough” configurations for the next generation of long-range, twin-aisle transports. As a result, both Airbus and Boeing are studying potential reengining concepts for their current mainline big-twin product families. Not only would this extend product ...

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