Boeing 737-900ER. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. Boeing's decision on whether to launch an all-new aircraft to replace the 737NG will be driven by technology and risk assessment, according to a Buckingham Research client note. The New York-based firm said that the business case for the narrowbody replacement has not been made yet, likely pushing the program's announcement to next year (ATW Daily News, April 18). "In order to meet airline demand, a new airplane has to offer a ...

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