Boeing is promising customers for its new 737 Max series launched Tuesday up to a 7% advantage in operating costs over future competing aircraft as it ramps up the marketing of the third major redesign of the family (ATW Daily News, Aug. 31). ATW understands that Boeing’s stated 2017 EIS for the Max is a "worst case” scenario and it fully expects to better it. It is also understood from insiders that the baseline aircraft being offered to airlines will be improved ...

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