Boeing appears to be moving toward an all-new solution for the replacement of the 737, the biggest selling commercial jet aircraft in history.
Boeing appears to be moving toward an all-new solution for the replacement of the 737, the biggest selling commercial jet aircraft in history. Addressing media at the Paris Air Show, Boeing Commercial Airplanes President and CEO Jim Albaugh said an all-new aircraft would offer "new technology which exists" and could enter service in 2019. In his remarks, Albaugh was upbeat on the all-new solution rather than re-engining the 737NG. He said that while a new aircraft carried more ...
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