Boeing Chairman and CEO Jim McNerney said yesterday that "re-engining the 73[7] is under active consideration" with customers "anxious for us to make a move" on a more efficient narrowbody. The statement to analysts and reporters came as Boeing reported 2009 net income of $1.31 billion, down 50.9% from $2.67 million in 2008, despite a 12.1% rise in revenue to $68.28 billion. It blamed the profit drop primarily on costs associated with 787 and 747-8 program delays and warned that 2010 revenue ...

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