It’s Déjà Vu All Over Again

Boeing (Chalet 321, 324) is wrestling with the problem of designing an aircraft that’s too big to be a single-aisle and too small to be a twin-aisle. CFM International (Chalet 121) and Pratt & Whitney (Chalet 338, Static C2) are dueling over the 20,000-30,000-lb. engine market. Fort Worth wants to...

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